By DEE AYROSO
Tags: Andres Bonifacio
Mula pa noong panahon ng pananakop ng mga Espanyol, hanggang sa kasalukuyan, nabibigo ang mga usapang pangkapayapaan dahil hindi nito tinutugunan ang dahilan ng pagrerebelyon ng mga tao.
Workers and progressives held a series of protest actions today to commemorate the birth anniversary of Bonifacio, known in Philippine history as the “Great Plebian” for his humble beginnings from the working class and later led the armed revolution when he founded Katipunan.
Marami sa mga Pilipino ang gumugunita ng Undas sa pamamagitan ng pagdalaw sa libingan ng mga namayapang mahal sa buhay. Ito ang kanilan paraan upang manatiling nasa alaala ang mga namatay, at bigyan din ng parangal ang kanilang mga nagawa noong nabubuhay pa sila. Tila gaya ito ng paggunita ng kamatayan tuwing Biyernes Santo na…
In this episode of This Week on People’s History, Bulatlat remembers the historic Battle of Tirad Pass, led by the young general Gregorio Del Pillar, against American colonizers.
The two-hour play emphasized the historic role of the Kabataang Makabayan (KM) in continuing the unfinished Philippine revolution against foreign and feudal domination in the country. The lessons from the decades-long uprising waged by KM were creatively portrayed through the play. It laid down the different levels of contradictions faced by youth activists in their eagerness to offer their lives for the revolution.
The reformists and revolutionaries of the late 19th century; those who fought the Japanese invaders during World War II; and the professionals, workers, and farmers who comprised the core of the resistance against the Marcos dictatorship understood only too well the role of information in exposing the injustice and racist assumptions of Spanish colonial rule,…
The performances not only honored Bonifacio but also called on the present generation to continue Bonifacio’s unfinished revolution.
“For the poor, revolution will never be over. As long as we remain hungry, revolution will go on.”
A group of history buffs took a walk down the streets of Manila this weekend to pay tribute to the Father of Philippine Revolution, the Great Gat Andres Bonifacio.
By Carol Pagaduan-Araullo Streetwise | BusinessWorld On the 151st birth anniversary of The Great Plebeian, Gat Andres Bonifacio, nationwide protest actions calling for government accountability and genuine societal change were launched, inspired by the revolutionary vision and example of the Supremo of the Katipunan. More than historic symbolism and patriotic fervor were on display as…