While most people recall Martial Law as a distant memory, Susan Quimpo remembers this as the backdrop of her childhood years. Growing up beside the Malacañang Palace, she was witness to the many protests that defined that era. She was witness too, to how that era defined her own family. As the youngest of ten siblings, she grew up visiting her activist brothers and sisters in detention centers for fighting for basic rights during the Marcos dictatorship. Gruesome experiences followed and questions were formed in Susan’s mind. What she saw eventually became her own reality. As an activist herself, she vowed to protect the constitution from the oppressive regime. As recent events resemble her childhood more and more, Susan decided to come out to remind the youth of the horrors of the past. Walk through history with Susan on this week’s episode of Mukha, Wednesday at 6:30 P.M. only on ANC.