This is episode 15, part 2, where we sit down with independent researcher, Makadiwata, to get their thoughts on the babaylan's role in uprisings during the colonial period as well as the divide between the indigenous or traditional babaylan and the modern babaylan in the Philippines and abroad.
Follow Makadiwata on Twitter if you want to send them more questions after listening to the episode!
Below is a list of other babaylan-led uprisings during the colonial period for those who want to do further research:
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