Indigenous Resistance


Tribute to my Father: Stories from our elders

Tony Robles/Special to PNN
Wednesday, December 19, 2007;

"When I die, bury me facedown so that anybody that comes to visit me can kiss my ass."

--James Robles

The Son of a Filipino Immigrant

Julius Domantay is released from prison on a pardon and within minutes is seized

Tony Robles/PNN
Tuesday, August 19, 2008;

An ancestral voice draws me closer. Thick syllables weave through the air like brown leaves steeped with the wisdom of winter rain; proudly displaying its beauty like a butterfly coming into bloom--wings beyond reach.

The Laughter of Black Men

Tony Robles/PNN
Saturday, September 5, 2009;

It’s one of the most beautiful sounds, maybe the most beautiful sound I’ve ever heard. You go through life working jobs and navigating through the nonsense and the real and sometimes the lines separating them are so blurred that you can’t tell one from the other. A great writer once said, “Men have ways of showing their petty biases and prejudices”. One doesn’t have to be a great writer to draw that conclusion.

Sayaw Ng Mandirigma (Dancing with the warriors): journey to the homeland for a worker, a father, an Escrimador!

Tony Robles
Tuesday, July 1, 2008;

Jimmy, Jimmy, oh Jimmy Mack
When are you coming back?

--Martha Reeves and the Vandellas

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