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TERESA MAGBANUA, GURONG OFW SA HAPON–Isang Tula ni E. San Juan, Jr.


PAGBUBULAY-BULAY  NI TERESA MAGBANUA, ISANG GURONG OFW, NAKAHIMPIL  PANSAMANTALA  SA BANSANG HAPON ni E. San Juan, Jr. Ay naku, ilan taon na akong nagtuturo ng wikang Filipino dito sa Hapon     ngunit di ko pa kabisado ang pagyuko sa mga … Continue reading

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WOMEN’S LIBERATION IN THE PHILIPPINES–by E. San Juan, Jr.


WOMEN’S LIBERATION IN THE PHILIPPINES: A Balikbayan’s Report (circa 2007) By E. San Juan, Jr. Fellow, Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas, Austin …Power resides in the people. What we did was our heritage… We decided to rebel, to rise … Continue reading

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ELEHIYA MULA SA LEUVEN, BELHIKA, MARSO 2003


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FILIPINA WORKERS’ NARRATIVES: TESTIMONIES OF SUBALTERNS WHO CAN SPEAK


FILIPINA “SERVANTS” RESISTING GLOBALIZATION:  Agency and Representation in Migrant Women’s Narratives Nearly ten million Filipinos, mostly women domestics, now comprise the expanding Filipino diaspora of migrant workers all over the world. This is a historical phenomenon of unprecedented proportions. How … Continue reading

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