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Reading this book that goes into details on the Mindanao conflict, in conjuction with the running commentary that appeared in the regular columns of Patricio P. Diaz, is a must for peace advocates, peace adversaries, or peace negotiators. And this long-awaited work is likewise a must for everyone. For the writer has done for our generation a contribution to the peace process that seems almost elusive in the struggles of our time.

—Datu Michael O. Mastura, The Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy Foundation, Bulalo, Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao

May this book awaken the interest of those who wish to understand the conflict in Mindanao. It may be one journalist's view, but it is truly significant. It is passionately written. A burning love for Mindanao and for the peoples of Mindanao excudes from its pages. If at the end it encourages readers to know even more, I am certain the author would consider this as ample reward.

—Orland B. Quevedo, O.M.I., Archibishop of Cotabato, President, Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines

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Towards a Cultural Community:
Identity, Education and Stewardship in Filipino American Performing Arts

by Remé Grefalda, Lucy Burns, Anna Alves and Theodore Gonzalves

Understanding Mindanao Conflict
by Patricio P. Diaz

Not Home, But Here:
Writing from the Filipino Diaspora

edited by Luisa Igloria

The Right Place and Other Stories
by Rodney Dakita Garcia

Escape to Manila: From Nazi Tyranny
to Japanese Terror

by Frank Ephraim

A Watch in the Night
by Denis Murphy

Lakas and the Manilatown Fish
by Anthony D. Robles

Gravities of Center
by Barbara J. Pulmano Reyes

by Michelle Naka Pierce and Veronica Corpuz
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