A Conversation with Ninotchka Rosca

TALK In 1972, when Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law in the Philippines, award-winning feminist dissident and writer Ninotchka Rosca was a young radical journalist and chair of the Women’s Bureau. She was soon swept up and imprisoned for disseminating news that didn’t adhere to the government’s propaganda machine. She served a six-month sentence and escaped to the United States, where she would remain in exile until 1988. Finally, in the last days of the Marcos

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