“A book is meant to be read and lived-by.”
“Artists are very effective in criticism because the attack is different, its penetration to the audience’s consciousness is different. Art goes straight to the heart, to the psyche.”
Artists bring their art, songs and dance to depict the people’s lives at the SONA protest.
The house is now a historical institution and one of the shrines of the Katipunan and the Revolution of 1896.
“Fighting Back: In and out of the Courts” illustrates not only how the template of rights has been used to analyze the conflicts that the NUPL’s clients face but also how this template has been expanded to new breadth to reach new horizons.
While we all fight for victory, the odds of it are not the only things that should determine whether we push or abandon struggle. Because, sometimes, the only thing that matters is doing the right thing, for the right reason, despite the odds. Your two books are all about doing the right things despite the odds. That is a lesson for everyone, not just for starting lawyers.
“Anything that’s worth telling and retelling should be put in writing.”
Review of Recca: From Diliman to the Cordilleras
Recca’s sister Jang Monte-Hernandez urges everyone to read the book, especially those who want to know why there is a raging revolution in the countryside and why the NPA remains a formidable force despite successive counterinsurgency campaigns of the past and present administrations.
Farmers, hopeful for a bountiful harvest, train their carabaos to give tribute to their patron saint, San Isidro.
“Louie Jalandoni’s illustrated biography could leave the reader stunned by the double impact of its edifying and insurgent message — in its account of a youth who was a witness to the greed of traditional Negros landowners and their callous indifference to the plight of their workers.”
By LISA ITO Bulatlat.com Book review of Louie Jalandoni, Revolutionary: An Illustrated Biography (2015), launched on 25 April 2015 at the Bahay ng Alumni, University of the Philippines Diliman I first heard of the name Luis Jalandoni as a young campus journalist, assigned to cover a university forum on the peace negotiations between the GRP…