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There is an entire baggage of dark history and reprehensible revisionism that comes with that, as well as pretty bad optics.
 
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As a firebrand, Del Pilar operated with blasphemous humor to wage war on the friars.
 
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They might not be Filipino, but they believed in the country.
 
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Described as skilled warriors and also beautiful women, the female Huks broke barriers.
 
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How one of the most powerful class of Filipinos came to an end
 
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And is the end to the suffering in sight?
 
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For the residents of Lupang Ramos in Dasmariñas, Cavite, 372 hectares of agricultural land hold 30 years of struggle for agrarian reform.
 
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The lifelong advocate of gender equality was also a National Scientist and an eminent historian.
 
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The recent influx of historical documents by auction houses is changing how we view our history.
 
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In an excerpt from his book, “Passages,” photojournalist Gabriel Malvar writes about the majestic southern archipelago after his visit in 2013.
 
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From lawyers to royalty, these people have the blood of heroes in them.
 
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Rahul Hora shares how open communication and a warm office culture directly affects employee performance.
 
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When the Philippines needed them the most, these people heeded her call.
 
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The story of Binondo is the story of the Chinese-Filipino.
 
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A Reddit channel puts forward the best theories.
 
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With the 150th birthday of Emilio Aguinaldo nearing, re-examine his checkered and storied life.
 
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No matter who fired first, history cannot change the outcome of that dark, bloody day-12 people died on the streets, 13 by some accounts.
 
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Here's an oral history of Consortium by Toti Dalmacion.
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