To Sing Our Own Song: Philippines

United Kingdom, 1978

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Episode of Series “World about Us: Third Eye”.
One of a series of programs in which individuals describe the developing countries in which they live. Josae Diokno, former Secretary of Justice in the Philippines’ government is a victim of his outspoken views. A leading intellectual figure of dissent in the Third World, he spent two years in jail for hostile criticism of the martial law imposed by President Marcos.

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