After stumbling into this article by Ms. Linda Acupanda McGloin, who wrote with great insight about the women in Rizal's two famous novels: Kailangan ang rebolusyon, hindi lamang sa panlabas, kundi lalo na sa panloob!
Rocky Rivera takes on the persona of three powerful international womyn of color - Gabriela Silang, Angela Davis, and Dolores Huerta - and gives us a herstory lesson of their struggles for justice. Let me break it down for you… External image Gabriela Silang is a Filipina heroine and is best known for being the first Filipina woman to lead a revolt against the Spanish during Spanish colonization in the Philippines.
External image Angela Davis is Black political activist, scholar, and author who is best known for being a leader of the Black Panther Party and the Communist Party USA and her work on critical theory, the prison-industrial complex, African American studies, and feminism.
She played a crucial role in the fight for civil rights.
She is best known for being a co-founder of the United Farm Workers, which helped advocate for fairer working conditions and wages for farm workers. Rocky Rivera talks about these three militant womyn leaders and shows their paralleled struggles of fighting for justice for their people.
I believe this song is not only empowering for womyn, but also is a call upon society to recognize the everyday sheroes that are constantly fighting against patriarchy, sexism, and racism. Moreover, by acknowledging the parallel struggles of these womyn of color, Rocky Rivera opens the door to possible coalition-building and cross-community organizing among other womyn of color and marginalized communities.Standing from the left are Jose Rizal and Marcelo “Plaridel” Hilario del Pilar, the instruction of the Spanish friars (frailes) whom he questions for ill- doings.
suppressing summary deportations like the one hanging on del Pilar's head. Bonifacio, Emilio Aguinaldo, Apolinario Mabini, Marcelo H.
Standing from the left are Jose Rizal and Marcelo “Plaridel” Hilario del Pilar, the instruction of the Spanish friars (frailes) whom he questions for ill- doings. suppressing summary deportations like the one hanging on del Pilar's head. Reaction Poper La Vision Del Fray Rodriguez By Jose Rizal. family?” iridis-photo-restoration.com M. Cecilio iridis-photo-restoration.com Rizal C. Silvestre Ubaldo D. Doctor Uliman 2. Who wrote the German poem that Rizal translate into Tagalog? A. Fray Rodriguez B. Lt. Jose Taviel de Andrade C. Father Rector Gregorio Echavarria D. Von Wildenath 3. He is a liberal-minded Spaniard, who knows that Rizal life was in Jeopardy because the. First published in , Nick Joaquin's A Question of Heroes looks at ten Filipino heroes - Jose Burgos, Marcelo H. del Pilar, Graciano Lopez-Jaena, Jose Rizal, Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Aguinaldo, Apolinario Mabini, Antonio Luna, Gregorio del Pilar, and Artemio Ricarte.
del Pilar, Sultan Dipatuan Kudarat, Juan Luna, Melchora Aquino and Gabriela Silang, on the following basis: Heroes are those who contribute to the quality of life and destiny of a nation.
Jose Rizal’s Articles in La Solidaridad La Solidaridad is an organization created by Filipinos in Spain on December 13, And it lasted for more than six years of .
Ten things you dont know about Jose Rizal 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Jose Rizal One of two self-portraits (the first was lost, presumably destroyed during the war).
This one shows Rizal at age 26, which was given to his friend Ferdinand Blumentritt. Rizal was a penny-pincher. “Juans” as we delightfully call ourselves, genuflect with awe when we hear names like Dr.
Jose Rizal, Andres Bonifacio, Marcelo H.
Del Pilar, Apolinario Mabini and the likes. Generations remember names like Rogelio de la Rosa, Manuel Quezon, Lapu-lapu, Botong Francisco, Julian Felipe and more. Despite the name change, José, as "Rizal" soon distinguished himself in poetry writing contests, impressing his professors with his facility with Castilian and other foreign languages, and later, in writing essays that were critical of the Spanish historical accounts of the pre-colonial Philippine societies.