¡Silencio! Al Robles is missing
It’s way too quiet around here these days & we miss him
This one of a kind poetic daredevil
Oy! Manong!... is that you?
This Carabao has gone home to the village
Come to me, my melancholy baby
Baguio Ifugao winds that blew away
YOUR POETRY breathing words
INTO SMITHEREENS OF CARABAO DUNG
PNN-TV had the blessing of being a small part of this powerful day of health, resistance, healing and medicine in the city of Richmond, CalifasAztlan.
Indigenous Peoples Media Project of POOR Magazine visited Elder James Neptune on Indian Island. He talked about the reclaiming of their indigenous waters and how the salmon will be returning back...
April 24, 2012
(Author's note: The Filipino word Manong is a term of respect reserved for an elder)
White Sand Beaches of Market Street
By Tony Robles
A manong I’d met a
While back but whose
Name I couldn’t remember
Recently approached me on
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