Rage and Courage

Rage and Courage

RAGE AND COURAGE: Mindanao under martial law (6)

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/23 September) -- On September 21, 2001, exactly 30 years after  then President Ferdinand Edralin Marcos issued the Proclamation that changed everyone’s...

RAGE AND COURAGE: Mindanao under martial law (5th of a series)

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/21 September) -- On September 21, 2001, exactly 30 years after  then President Ferdinand Edralin Marcos issued the Proclamation that changed everyone’s...

RAGE AND COURAGE: Mindanao under martial law (4)

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/20 September) -- On September 21, 2001, exactly 30 years after then President Ferdinand Edralin Marcos issued the Proclamation that changed everyone’s...

RAGE AND COURAGE: Mindanao under martial law (3)

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/19 September) -- On September 21, 2001, exactly 30 years after  then President Ferdinand Edralin Marcos issued the Proclamation that changed everyone’s...

RAGE AND COURAGE: Mindanao under martial law (2)

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/18 September) -- On September 21, 2001, exactly 30 years after then President Ferdinand Edralin Marcos issued the Proclamation that changed everyone’s lives, MindaNews launched “Turning Rage into Courage: Mindanao under martial law,” a book of essays written by Mindanawons from different generations, on their experiences under martial law. The book also included poems and songs of the period.

RAGE AND COURAGE: Mindanao under martial law

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/17 September) -- On September 21, 2001, exactly 30 years after then President Ferdinand Edralin Marcos issued the Proclamation that changed everyone’s lives, MindaNews launched “Turning Rage into Courage: Mindanao under martial law,” a book of essays written by Mindanawons from different generations, on their experiences under martial law. The book also included poems and songs of the period.

RAGE AND COURAGE: Cold hell

No matter how much he squinted Karlo could not make out if the walls of the room were made of bricks or of hollow blocks pasted together by concrete. The solitary source of light, a ten-watt incandescent bulb, hanged directly overhead from a ceiling worn out by rats, the elements and time, its faint illumination exploding on his bruised, bloodied face every time he raised his eyes, now almost closed by contusions and blood clots.

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