In February, Filipinos from around the world observed the 30th anniversary of the 1986 “People Power” revolution, which ended the Ferdinand Marcos dictatorship and brought Corazon C. Aquino to power as the rightful president of the Republic of the Philippines.
During those four miraculous days (Feb. 22-25, 1986), millions of Filipinos took to the streets and put their lives on the line to protect their democracy. The revolution was one of the most important events in Philippine history.
In honor of the anniversary I have published 1,000 collector-quality books of my photos which document the fall of the Marcos regime and the rise of “People Power”, including the images that were awarded the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography. The book’s introduction was written by investigative journalist Sheila Coronel, who is now the dean of student affairs at the Columbia School of Journalism.
I am offering the books exclusively on the Revolution Revisited Store. You can buy the book itself, or the book in combination with 8X10-inch limited edition, signed silver gelatin (darkroom) prints from the original negatives in a clothbound clamshell case.
Maraming Salamat Po!