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A Life With The Poor

Story of Sister Mary Chrtistine Tan, an outspoken political activist and the voice of urban poor.

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Written By

Didith T. Rodrigo

Illustrated By

Mheri-Anne Andes

Synopsis

Mary Christine Tan, commonly known as Christine was a Filipino missionary, nun, and activist, who was known to be one of the key figures who was against the human rights abuses during the Martial law era. She headed the Association of Major Religious Superiors of Women (AMRSP), a group of religious sisters who not only vocalized their disdain against the Martial Law, but also managed to help Filipinos who are suering from poverty.

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10

Pages

Size

10 x 8 x 0.05

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Type

Soft Cover

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This series aims to present role models for young people to emulate. Each story in the series contains a central theme that exemplifies a moral value or characteristic or an exemplary incident in the life of each principal character.

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