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  • Cuban Women Now

    , by Margaret Randall

    My first book about Cuban Women: interviews with women from all areas of life, from those in leadership positions to young women, factory and farmworkers, ex-maids and prostitutes, and veterans of Cuba’s war of liberation.

  • Christians in the Nicaraguan Revolution

    , by Margaret Randall

    Liberation Theology, as it played itself out in the context of Nicaragua’s Sandinista Revolution. This book features two experiences: one in the base community of Santa Maria de los Angeles, in a working-class neighborhood of Managua; the other in Ernesto Cardenal’s community on an island in the (...)

  • Breaking the Silences: 20th Century Poetry by Cuban Women

    , by Margaret Randall

    A collection of poems by Cuban women, from—among others— Dulce Maria Loynaz and Mirta Aguirre, to Fina Garcia Marruz, Georgina Herrera, Lourdes Casals, Nancy Morejon, Minerva Salado, Mirta Yanez, Soleida Rios, Reina Maria Rodriguez, and Marilyn Bobes. Facing page texts. Introduction, selection, (...)