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Tonight’s program includes news, music, storytelling, interview, ecology, political conversation and a calendar of upcoming events.
Vanessa Bohm reports on News Headlines from the Americas.
Saul Landau presents a commentary on US- Cuban relations.
Julieta Kusnir interviews legendary Argentine human rights activist Patricia Isasa about her continuing struggles for justice against the leaders of Argentina’s “dirty war” of the 1970’s & 1980’s. Now, after nearly 25 years, Isasa's life is again in danger, in a landmark trial as the court battle rages against the former Argentine dictatorship.
Marcelino Echeverria brings us “Tierra y Libertad”
He interview veteran journalist Victor Abalos, who helps public and private sector clients find better ways to connect with their most important audiences.
Nina Serrano converses with international storyteller Clara Kamunde, who shares an Afro-Cuban folktale, of how fire was first brought to the world.
All this and more with mix of musica and a calendar upcoming events. Listen and enjoy!
author Oscar Hijuelos on Friday, June 17th at La Peña
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