By JONAS STAAL
First of all, I would like to thank Professor Sison for having invited me to dedicate a few words to his new book of collected writings on the theoretical and organizational foundation of the revolutionary democratic Nationalist movement in the Philippines. As the founder of the artistic and political organization New World Summit, it is an honor to speak here.
By Dr. CHARLIE SAMUYA VERIC
I am honored to be with you tonight to speak briefly as an academic upon the invitation of Professor Jose Maria Sison and I congratulate him on the publication of his latest book, Foundation for Resuming the Philippine Revolution.1
In an interview that came out last year in the Sunday issue of the Philippine Star, Wilson Lee Flores had asked Sison how he wanted Philippine history to remember him and his legacy. “I would like to be remembered,” Sison responded, “as the activist and articulator of the Filipino people’s struggle and aspirations for national independence, genuine democracy, national industrialization and land reform, social justice, a patriotic and progressive culture and international solidarity for peace and development.”2
Ni JAQUELINE JOY EROLESDeputy Secretary General, Anakbayan
Marami pong salamat sa inyong imbitasyon na makapagbahagi hinggil sa kahalagahan ng sulatin ni Propesor Jose Maria Sison na tinipon sa librong “Foundation for Resuming the Philippine Revolution” ni Propesor Jose Maria Sison. Isa pa lamang ito sa limang librong nagtitipon ng piling sulatin ni Ka Joma mula 1968-1991.
By KODAO Philippines
Highlights on opening day of the International Conference for Human Rights and Peace in the Philippines. With Edita Burgos, mother of abducted activist Jonas; Jeanne Mirer, President of the International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL); Prof. Jose Maria Sison, Chairperson of the International League of Peoples' Struggle (ILPS); Rev. Christopher Fergusson of the World Council of Churches (WCC); and Satur Ocampo, three-term representative of the Bayan Muna Party List, President of the Makabayan Coalition, and a member of the first panel of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) in peace negotiations with the Manila government.
By International Network for Philippine Studies
The latest book by Jose Maria Sison, Foundation for Resuming the Philippine Revolution will be launched to the public on 20 July 2013 at the Great Eastern Hotel, Jade Empress Function Room, 1403 Quezon Avenue, Quezon City, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
The book is the first volume (covering 1968-1972) of a series of selected works by Jose Maria Sison from 1968 to 1990, co-published by the International Network for Philippine Studies (INPS) and Aklat ng Bayan, Inc.
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