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My #hugot is an exploration of Filipino culture through the eyes of someone desperate to reconnect with what could have been hers. Join Marcy as she dives deeper into this aspect of her personal history.

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My #hugot is an exploration of Filipino culture through the eyes of someone desperate to reconnect with what could have been hers. Join Marcy as she dives deeper into this aspect of her personal history.

    Iceberg

    Iceberg

    [Tw: Discussions of drug abuse, mental illness, and suicide.]

    A lot of episodes on this feed simply don’t happen. Because they can’t. But it doesn’t matter so much. This is just a podcast.

    In reality, there’s a lot of conversation that aren’t happening, and those that are--like about the extrajudicial killings of drug users in the Philippines--are just types of icebergs some people might not recognize.

    Sources:

    National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2020, July 24). Comorbidity: Substance use disorders and other mental illnesses drugfacts. Retrieved March 10, 2021, from https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/comorbidity-substance-use-disorders-other-mental-illnesses

    Martinez, A.B., Co, M., Lau, J. et al. Filipino help-seeking for mental health problems and associated barriers and facilitators: a systematic review. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol 55, 1397–1413 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00127-020-01937-2

    Tugade, R. (n.d.). We need to talk about mental illness in the Philippines. Retrieved March 10, 2021, from https://cnnphilippines.com/life/culture/2017/04/25/mental-illness-stigma.html

    Gharib, M. (2018, November 22). How I learned to talk to My Filipino mom about my mental health. Retrieved March 10, 2021, from https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2018/11/22/669960524/how-i-learned-to-talk-to-my-filipino-mom-about-my-mental-health

    Tomacruz, S. (2018, September 11). Is the Philippines ready to address mental health? Retrieved March 13, 2021, from https://www.rappler.com/newsbreak/in-depth/philippines-readiness-address-mental-health
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    The Political Constitution of 1899

    The Political Constitution of 1899

    The Political Constitution of 1899 is amazing fodder for the ‘what if’ game. Ultimately, the Philippines might not have stuck with the constitution they use today, so it’s worth thinking about what could have been.

    Sources:
    Calderón, Felipe (1907). Mis memorias sobre la revolución filipina: Segunda etapa, (1898 á 1901). Manila: Imp. de El Renacimiento. p. Appendix I, p. 17. https://archive.org/details/arb8046.0001.001.umich.edu

    And of course, the full Constitution - https://lawphil.net/consti/consmalo.html

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    The First Philippine Republic

    The First Philippine Republic

    Ahead of National First Philippine Republic Day, Marcy is going to go into what that holiday is celebrating, but we also should quickly go over who helped make that happen.
    Sources:
    Agoncillo, Teodoro A. (1997). Malolos: The Crisis of the Republic. University of the Philippines Press. Manilla: Philippines.
    Agoncillo, Teodor A. (1990). History of the Filipino people (8th ed.). Quezon City: Garotech.
    "Emilio Aguinaldo". Malacaňan Palace Presidential Museum and Library. http://malacanang.gov.ph/emilio-aguinaldo/
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    Dreams

    Dreams

    Dreams… What odd things. They’ve meant a lot to Marcy. And they meant a lot to the indigenous Tagalog people.

    Check out @hugotPodcasting on Twitter! And our newest show Searching for the Aswang
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    A Christmas Message

    A Christmas Message

    This wasn’t the Christmas episode we were hoping for…

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    Teresa Magbanua Part 10 - As It Had Been

    Teresa Magbanua Part 10 - As It Had Been

    [Apologies for the delay: ‘malfunctioning fire alarms’ is the sort of problem that compounds quickly in the podcast world.]

    The final act in Teresa Magbanua’s story. In some ways, it’s a familiar one.

    Check out @hugotPodcasting on Twitter! And our newest show Searching for the Aswang

    Sources:
    1. Locsin-Nava, Cecelia. "Teresa Magbauna: Woman Warrior". Review of Women's Studies. Vol 6, No 1, 1996.
    2. Caraccilo, Dominic J. (2005). Surviving Bataan And Beyond: Colonel Irvin Alexander's Odyssey As A Japanese Prisoner Of War. Stackpole Books
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