Pulitzer Prize Winning Photojournalist Kim Komenich Talks About His Photos Taken During the Philippine Revolution 30-Years Later | NBC Bay Area

Pulitzer Prize Winning Photojournalist Kim Komenich Talks About His Photos Taken During the Philippine Revolution 30-Years Later

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    Asian Pacific America with Robert Handa - Photojournalist Kim Komenich talks about his photographs taken during the Philippine Revolution 30 years later. (Published Monday, May 2, 2016)

    Kim Komenich, pulitzer prize winning photojournalist and assistant professor at San Francisco State University, talked about his book, Revolution Revisited, a compilation of his photos taken in the Philippines which document the fall of the Ferdinand Marcos regime and the rise of "People Power" in 1986.

    In honor of the anniversary, Komenich has published 1,000 collector-quality books of his photos, including an introduction written by investigative journalist Sheila Coronel.

    To learn more about Revolution Revisited, curator Kim Komenich, as well as how to purchase a copy of his book, click here.