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THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT (PROPAGANDA AND KATIPUNAN)
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  • 1. Chapter 10 The Revolutionary Movement
  • 2. The Propaganda Movement 1. Restoration of the Philippine representation in the Spanish Cortes. 2.Equality between Spaniards and Filipinos before the law. 3.Creation of the public school system independent of the friars. 4.Abolition of the polo (forced labor service) and vandala (forced sale of local products to the government). 5.Equal opportunity for Filipinos and Spanish to enter government service. 6.Recognitioin of the Philippines as a province of Spain. 7. Secularization of the Philippine parishes. 8.Recognition of human rights of the Filipinos (speech, press, and assembly).
  • 3. The members of the Propaganda Movement
  • 4. • La Solidaridad - was an organization created in Spain on December 13, 1888. it also issued a newspaper of the same name which was published in Barcelona, Spain on February 15, 1889. • April 25, 1889 – La Solidaridad published the letter. • Asociación Hispano-Filipina de Madrid - was an organization of Spanish and Filipinos during the Spanish colonial Philippines.
  • 5. • 1890 - Dr. Jose Rizal learned of the ejection of his family and others from Calamba. • Rizal wrote two novels : 1. Noli Me Tangere (Touch Me not) 2. El Filibusterismo (The revolutionist) • July 3, 1892 – the La Liga Filipina was founded by Rizal in Tndo,Manila
  • 6. THE KATIPUNAN MOVEMENT
  • 7. After Rizal’s death, Andres Bonifacio founded a secret revolutionary society (KKK) on July 7, 1892 in Tondo,Manila for Filipinos to fight for freedom. Katipunan comes from a tagalog rootword “tipon”
  • 8. 1.POLITICAL 2.MORAL 3.CIVIC
  • 9. Kataas – taasan Kagalang – galangang Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan (Highest and Most Honorable Society of the children of the Nation) AIMS: 1. To unite the Filipinos into one solid nation 2. To fight for Philippine independence from Spain.
  • 10.  Kalayaan – the offical newspaper of the Katipunan,which came up with its first issue on March 1896. • Three writers of the Katipunan were: 1. Andres Bonifacio – wrote Decalogue of the Katipunan (a collection of wise sayings for Katipuneros and Pag – ibig sa Tinubuang Bayan ( Love for Country).
  • 11. 2. Emilio Jacinto – wrote the Kartilla (collection of teachings of Katipunan) and A La Patria. 3. Dr. Pio Valenzuela – helped Bonifacio and jacinto to edit the Katipunan newspaper (Kalayaan) and wrote an essay Catwiran (Is it Fair?)
  • 12. • Teodoro Patino, one of the Katipuneros, revealed the secrets of the Katipunan to Fr. Mariano Gil which led to its discovery because of his fear. • Many Filipinos were arrested but many Katipuneros also escaped including Bonifacio on August 23, in Pugad Lawin.
  • 13. Women Heroes of the Philippine Revolution
  • 14. GOODNIGHT :D

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