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'''Amado Vera Hernandez''' was a [[Filipino]] writer, novelist, and labor leader. He wrote to criticize social injustice in the [[Philippines]] and was imprisoned for his involvement in communist activities. However, his various works were eventually recognized and he became a [[National Artists of the Philippines|National Artist for Literature]] in 1973.
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'''Nicolas Zamora''' was the first [[Filipino]] protestant pastor. He was the founder of Iglesia Evangelica Metodista, the first Philippine (Protestant) independent church. Owing to the bitter history his family had with the Spanish friars, Zamora readily took to the American Protestant missionaries and converted to Protestantism.
  
  
<div style="float: right; margin-top: -1.5em; text-align: 85%;"><small>'''[[Gerardo de Leon|Previous Pinoy of the Day: Gerardo de Leon]]'''</small></div>
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<div style="float: right; margin-top: -1.5em; text-align: 85%;"><small>'''[[Amado V. Hernandez|Previous Pinoy of the Day: Amado V. Hernandez]]'''</small></div>

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Nicolas Zamora was the first Filipino protestant pastor. He was the founder of Iglesia Evangelica Metodista, the first Philippine (Protestant) independent church. Owing to the bitter history his family had with the Spanish friars, Zamora readily took to the American Protestant missionaries and converted to Protestantism.