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PROPAGANDA  MOVEMENT<br />(1872 – 1892)<br />
a literary and cultural organization  (1872)<br />by Filipino émigrés who had settled in Europe.<br />aims <br />to increa...
-Philippine representation in the Spanish Cortes<br />Equal status and opportunities for both Filipinos and Spaniards espe...
Abolish<br />polo (labor service) <br />vandala (forced sale of local products to the government)<br />Guarantee <br />bas...
Fathers Mariano Gomez<br />Jose Burgos<br />Jacinto Zamora<br />Executed (February 17, 1872.)<br />awakened Filipinos <br ...
Members = “propagandists” or “reformist”<br />The Propaganda Movement<br />
Filipinos exiled->MarianesIslands in 1872<br />Illustrados in the Philippines<br />Filipinos who fled to avoid punishment<...
Graciano Lopez Jaena<br />Marcelo H. Del Pilar<br />Jose Rizal<br />Prominent members<br />
brilliant orator <br />Wrote “Fray Botod”, “Ezperanza”<br />Publisher of La Solidaridad<br />Movement’s principal organ<br...
excellent writer and speaker. <br />CaiingatCayo”, <br />“Dasalan at Tocsohan” <br />“AngSampungKautusanngmgaPrayle”.<br /...
 most outstanding propagandist. <br />great novelist of the Propaganda Movement. <br />Noli Me Tangere (Touch me not) in 1...
The Philippines a Century Hence<br />The Indolence of the Filipinos or La Indolencia de Los Filipinos<br />Letter to the W...
His criticisms brought up enemies<br />was executed at Bagumbayan<br />Dec. 30, 1896, <br />
Rizal’s arrest marked the crucial period of the propagandists<br />La Liga Filipina collapesed<br />M.H. Del Pilar and Lop...
The writings by the Propaganda Movement <br />inspired Andres Bonifacio<br />to establish the “Katipunan” <br />set the Ph...
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Propaganda movement (Jose Rizal)

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Propaganda movement (Jose Rizal)

  1. 1. PROPAGANDA MOVEMENT<br />(1872 – 1892)<br />
  2. 2. a literary and cultural organization (1872)<br />by Filipino émigrés who had settled in Europe.<br />aims <br />to increase Spanish awareness of the needs of its colony <br />to propagate a closer relationship between the colony and Spain.<br />Propaganda movement<br />
  3. 3. -Philippine representation in the Spanish Cortes<br />Equal status and opportunities for both Filipinos and Spaniards especially when entering to government service<br />Creation of a public schoolsystemindependent of the friars<br />Goals<br />
  4. 4. Abolish<br />polo (labor service) <br />vandala (forced sale of local products to the government)<br />Guarantee <br />basic freedoms of speech and association<br />Secularization of the clergy<br />Goals<br />
  5. 5. Fathers Mariano Gomez<br />Jose Burgos<br />Jacinto Zamora<br />Executed (February 17, 1872.)<br />awakened Filipinos <br />inspire the organization of the Propaganda Movement.<br />GomBurZa<br />
  6. 6. Members = “propagandists” or “reformist”<br />The Propaganda Movement<br />
  7. 7. Filipinos exiled->MarianesIslands in 1872<br />Illustrados in the Philippines<br />Filipinos who fled to avoid punishment<br />Propagandists<br />
  8. 8. Graciano Lopez Jaena<br />Marcelo H. Del Pilar<br />Jose Rizal<br />Prominent members<br />
  9. 9. brilliant orator <br />Wrote “Fray Botod”, “Ezperanza”<br />Publisher of La Solidaridad<br />Movement’s principal organ<br />Dec. 13, 1888 in Barcelona<br />Graciano Lopez Jaena<br />
  10. 10. excellent writer and speaker. <br />CaiingatCayo”, <br />“Dasalan at Tocsohan” <br />“AngSampungKautusanngmgaPrayle”.<br />M.H. Del Pilar<br />
  11. 11. most outstanding propagandist. <br />great novelist of the Propaganda Movement. <br />Noli Me Tangere (Touch me not) in 1886 <br />El Filibusterismo (The reign of greed) in 1891<br />annotated the book, Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas<br />-showed that Filipinos had developed culture even before the Spanish occupation<br />Jose Rizal<br />
  12. 12. The Philippines a Century Hence<br />The Indolence of the Filipinos or La Indolencia de Los Filipinos<br />Letter to the Women of Malolos<br />Rizal’s out of the country essays<br />
  13. 13. His criticisms brought up enemies<br />was executed at Bagumbayan<br />Dec. 30, 1896, <br />
  14. 14. Rizal’s arrest marked the crucial period of the propagandists<br />La Liga Filipina collapesed<br />M.H. Del Pilar and Lopez Jaena<br />Died in Barcelona (1896)<br />The end of the Propaganda Movement<br />
  15. 15. The writings by the Propaganda Movement <br />inspired Andres Bonifacio<br />to establish the “Katipunan” <br />set the Philippine revolution in place.<br />The end marked the beginning <br />

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