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Heroes and Historians

On National Heroes Day, EIC Nina Unlay chats with historians about heroes and the act of remembering.

Who is your favorite Filipino hero? In this special National Heroes Day episode, historians Xiao Chua, John Ray Ramos, and Ayshia Kunting share their answers with GRID Editor-in-Chief Nina Unlay. A short history lesson turns into a conversation about kabayanihan, the act of remembering, and the country our heroes imagined. Episode cover illustration by Angelo Esperanzate.

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