(About Rizal’s Life)
As what I have seen in the film viewing last meeting, the Filipino’s life was full of misfortunes. The Filipinos were unfairly treated and even discriminated by the Spaniards. Filipino women were abused by the Spanish friars and other Spaniards. Others w
Reaction paper on Rizal the movie
Jose Protasio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda, known as Dr. Jose Rizal. The greatest hero of the Philippines was certainly the pride of Malayan race. He is also known as a genius. He was opulently dowered by God with excellent intellectual, moral, and p
STUDENTS’ VIEWS ON FILIPINO HISTORIANS’ ARTICLES ABOUT JOSE RIZAL AS THE NATIONAL HERO OF THE PHILIPPINES
A Paper Submitted to:
Dr. Minerva V. Apita
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in:
Philippine History with Politics and Governance
Laylo, Anelle Nica M.
September 7, 2011
Rizal during the Days of Social Media
Posted by Anol Mongaya on December 30, 2011 at http://inbetweencolumns.wordpress.com
Seeing “#Happy Rizal Day” trending in Twitter today gave me mixed feelings. This means many still remember Dr. Jose Rizal. But why say “Happy Rizal Da
JOSE RIZAL : RE-DISCOVERING THE REVOLUTIONARY FILIPINO HERO IN THE AGE OF TERRORISM
BY E. SAN JUAN, Jr. Fellow, WEB Du Bois Institute, Harvard University
Yo la tengo, y yo espero que ha de brillar un dia en que venza la Idea a la fuerza brutal, que despues de la lucha y la lenta agonia, otra vzx
Rizal and Bonifacio
Let's Start the Revolution of the Filipino Youth XXIV
Two of the most important men in our country's history are Dr. Jose Rizal and Andres Bonifacio. Rizal first espoused the idea of achieving independence through his writings and that in turn inspired Andres Bonifacio to sta
G.R. No. 171115
August 9, 2010
NAGKAKAISANG LAKAS NG MANGGAGAWA SA KEIHIN (NLMK-OLALIA-KMU) and HELEN VALENZUELA, Petitioners, vs. KEIHIN PHILIPPINES CORPORATION, Respondent. DECISION DEL CASTILLO, J.: This Petition for Review on Certiorari1 assails the November 2, 2005 Resolution2 of the
Second Homecoming And The Liga Filipina
Rizal’s bold return to Manila in June, 1892 was his second homecoming, his first homecoming from abroad being in August, 1887. It marked his reentry into the hazardous campaign for reforms. He firmly believed
José Rizal (full name: José Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda) (June 19, 1861 - December 30, 1896), was a Filipino polymath, nationalist and the most prominent advocate for reforms in the Philippines during the Spanish colonial era and its eventual independence from Spain. He
PATRIOTISM IS THE NEW TREND IN THE PHILIPPINES
“The Filipino is worth dying for.”
- Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino
How can patriotism be really defined? Some people may answer that it involves the deep love and desire to serve one’s country. Others may say that it involves sacrificing fo
Bonifacio and Katipunan
->1892 - Rizal was arrested and banished to Dapitan.
- Bonifacio founded an organization that aimed to liberate the country from the tyranny of the Spaniards, and to secure the independence and freedom of the Philippines, by force of arms.
->1896 - start
Who Made Rizal Our Foremost National Hero, and Why?
BY: ESTEBAN A. DE OCAMPO
Dr. Jose Rizal Mercado y Alonso, or simply Jose Rizal (1861-1896), is unquestionably the greatest hero & martyr of our nation. The day of his birth & the day of his execution are fittingly commemorated by all...
SANCHEZ, Maria Ysavel V. AUG.1, 2013
“Does Rizal deserve to be our national hero?”
This article written by Renato Constantino, is all about Rizal that does he really deserves to be a hero or not? The author compared Rizal to others national heroes in different countries, who...