Man behind Plaridel’s Acknowledgement

King Cortez, a historian, revealed that he was the one behind of today’s acknowledgement to the father of the Philippine Press Freedom, Gat Marcelo H. del Pilar during the National Press Club union for the first Plaridel National Media Camp out Press Forum held at Gen. Gregorio del Pilar Elementary School in Bulakan, Bulacan last August 29.

King said he studied Delpilar unintentionally and it was supposedly Aguinaldo, “Ah Pinagaralan ko kasi yung korapsyon nung araw so si Aguinaldo talaga yung pinagaaralan ko and then ayon napunta ako kay DelPilar hanggang sa siya na yung pinagaralan ko.” “Naipakalat ko ito sa media sa tulong ni Dino hanggang sa kumalat na sa kanilang lahat.”

“Sa ngayon, sa unang hakbang na gagawin natin ay malaman ng tao, maeducate ang tao, maeducate ang media ang lahat ng sector na pwede nating pagsalitaan ng maiintindihan nila ang mga bagay na ito upang unti unti po makabuo tayo ng boses na sisigaw at magmamalasakit para kay plaridel.” “Siguro sa maliit na paraan na maibalita sa kanila to na may bagong pagsasaliksik kay Marcelo malaking bagay na yun kumbaga sa kandila magsisilbi itong liwanag eh diba kung dadami pa yong kandila na yon magliliwanag yung katwiran yung kaalaman tungkol kay Plaridel.” He added.

The camp involves different activities like tour to the Marcelo H. Del Pilar’s Shrine and Museum and cultural night.

However, the group of National Press Club lectured the third year Journalism students of Bulacan State University who were also depute of the press forum. King also did lecture the said students regarding the life facts about del Pilar.

The group of National Press Club prepared snacks for their student participants and give them Del Pilar’s souvenir keychain for those student who will answer their questions and for those who asked them good questions.

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