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PGL commemorates Andres Bonifacio 153rd birth anniversary

Laguna Tourism, Culture, Arts & Trade Office
December 7, 2016 
 
   The Provincial Government of Laguna (PGL), through the Laguna Tourism, Culture, Arts and Trade Office (LTCATO), held a forum for the 153rd Birth Anniversary of Andres Bonifacio, with the theme “Revolutionary Writing and its Role in Guarding Philippine Democracy” on 29 November 2016, 1:00 PM, at the Cultural Center of Laguna.
 
   There were more than five hundred participants in the forum, most were students of journalism, communications and senior high, but there were also teachers, tourism officers, heritage workers, Philippine army soldiers and provincial workers. Guest speakers were Howie Severino, I Witness host, News to Go anchor (GMA 7) and multi awarded documentary host; and Bonifacio Ilagan, also a multi-awarded playwright and director, cultural worker and artist
 
    An introductory speech about the life of Andres Bonifacio was given by LTCATO head Dr. Rosauro A. Sta. Maria, Jr. while Mr. Severino talked about the advantage of modern communications which undoubtedly upped the level of empowerment of Filipinos young and old alike. He urged the audience to be socially responsible by being vigilant and critical to the tons of information they receive via the cellphone and the internet.
 
    Enlightened with historical accuracy, the audience reluctantly left the venue, informed and inspired with the life and legacy of Andres Bonifacio.
 
Director BonifacioIlagan remembers the dark days of Martial Law, and shudders.
 
Mr. Howie Severino accepts the plaque of Appreciation from Provincial Administrator Atty. DulceRebanal and LTCATO chief Dr. Rosauro Sta. Maria, Jr.