Flowers for Lolas: Three decades of Filipina  comfort women’s fight for justice

ATTY. DENNIS GORECHO 09/20/2022

A Mass and flowers were offered last Saturday at the Redemptorist Church grounds in Baclaran, Parañaque to mark the 30th anniversary of Filipina comfort women’s fight for justice. Thirty years ago, it was on Sept. 18, 1992…

KUWENTONG KULE: The continuing saga of the WWII victims of sexual slavery and violence

ATTY. DENNIS GORECHO 04/28/2020

  It has been two years this week, April 27, 2018 to be exact, since  the Lola statue along Roxas Boulevard in Manila  was surreptitiously removed by the Duterte administration in order not to antagonize the Japanese government. “The Japanese…

Bahay na Pula and the Malaya Lolas

ATTY. DENNIS R. GORECHO 07/30/2019

The Bahay na Pula in San Ildefonso, Bulacan, with its red walls almost gone, still stands as a house with a dark and painful history. Red is a very emotionally intense color of fire and blood as it is associated with…

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