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Maria Serena Diokno

Chairperson

National Historical Commission of the Philippines

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Historian: Martial Law never about Aquinos, Marcoses | News Feature, News, The Philippine Star | philstar.com

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Maria Serena Diokno, former chairperson of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP), criticized the government for saying that people should move on, saying such a view disregarded the importance of history in the present and the future.
Instead, Diokno said that we as a nation should squarely face its past. "You want to move on? Harapin mo ang nangyari. Hindi mo yan tatalikuran. Harapin mo ng buong-buo. You cannot diminish it, you cannot ignore it, you cannot silence it," said Diokno, daughter of human rights fighter and former Sen.


'Conjugal Dictatorship' new edition to teach millennials about Martial Law | News Feature, News, The Philippine Star | philstar.com

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Present at the launch were several guest speakers including Saguisag; Miriam Lacaba, daughter of the late poet and activist Emmanuel "Emman" Lacaba; Jo-Ed Tirol, a History professor who developed a curriculum for martial law history; and Maria Serena Diokno, former chair of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines and daughter of the late senator and prominent Marcos critic Jose Diokno.


What Kids Should Know about Filipino Food: Mama Sita's Centennial Edition | Mama Sita's

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Maria is an informative food guide not just for kids, but for adults, too, and anyone who wants to know the littlest details with greatest importance on Philippine food and culture.
Felice Sta. Maria, a celebrated author of various food books including the award-winning The Governor-General's Kitchen: Philippine Culinary Vignettes and Period Recipes and the Foods of Rizal, has been collecting historical materials regarding Philippine cuisine since the 1970s. Dr. Maria Serena Diokno, former chairperson of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines remarked, "Philippine food history is not complete without taking into account the role of Teresita Reyes in popularizing Philippine cuisine...."


News about Balibago dated Sep-2013

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NHCP Chairperson Maria Serena Diokno said the Pamintuan Mansion will be called the "Museum of Philippine Social History."
Maria in this town Saturday evening, police said. Maria of the said town.


Events | MyRizal150 | Page 2

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