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Isabelo de los Reyes, Founder of the Philippine Labor Movement, Among Other Titles

T oday, July 7, 2014, is the 150th birthday of Isabelo "Don Belong" de los Reyes. As his grandson-in-law and a charter member of the Philippine History Group of Los Angeles, CA, Bobby M. Reyes and his wife, Ceny de los Reyes-Reyes, launched the organization of a U.S.A.-based committee to undertake the celebration of Don Belong's 150th birth anniversary. However, as materials were not completed on time, the commemoration will be moved to Oct 10, 2015, Don Belong's death anniversary. Further announcements will be made in this website and in Facebook at this URL:

This article is from the official file of the Philippine Senate, as annotated by Bobby M. Reyes, a grandson-in-law of Isabelo de los Reyes. The annotation and correction come in italics.

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