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As the pro-Aquino military seized the headquarters of the Armed Forces and National Police of the Philippines in Manila, thousands of supporters gathered outside in the human barricade that repeatedly turned Marcos tanks and troops away. These days marked a pivotal time in the history of the media.
Kim Komenich won the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for spot news photography for his coverage of the Philippine People's Revolution while a staff photographer at the San Francisco Examiner.

His winning entry contained these 14 photographs.