In Singapore, where nearly all forms of commemoration are authored by or banned by deeply entrenched and authoritarian party-state elites, mass detentions and torture of activists, artists and intellectuals in the 1960s and 1987 continue to go all but unmentioned in the public sphere. This chapter narrates several grassroots 2010s efforts to contest the erasure of these unredressed national traumas, which were quashed by the imprisonment of participants and a series of increasingly blunt and draconian legal restrictions aimed at online and offline speech.