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My Heart Bleeds for our Muslim Brothers and Sisters in Sabah

It’s hard to smile nowadays when you know your brothers and sisters are being butchered in Malaysia. I am not a Muslim but I am a native of Mindanao which is predominantly a Muslim part of the Philippines. My mother … Continue reading

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The Guerrilla is a Poet Casting Call: From Poetry to Theater to Film

New film by Sari and Kiri Dalena for 2013 CineFilipino Film Festival Inspired from the play Makata’y Mandirigma, Mandirigma’y Makata written by Edward Perez and directed by Rommel Linatoc (DEFEND Philippines Production, UP Diliman, 2009) and from Jose Ma. Sison’s … Continue reading

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