JFK: The Cuba Files
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The untold story of the plot to kill Kennedy
Fabián Escalante
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Amid continuing speculation over Cuban involvement in the most famous political crime of the 20th century, this book reveals for the first time Cuba's own report into the Kennedy assassination. With compelling logic, Fabián Escalante describes the conspiracy uncovered by Cuba's investigation, which reviewed declassified US files and reports from Cuban intelligence units that had infiltrated anti-Castro groups in Miami. Read more »
Executive Action
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634 ways to kill Fidel Castro
Fabián Escalante
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In a highly readable and informative style, Fabián Escalante reviews over four decades of attempts to kill Fidel Castro—involving weapons which ranged from exploding cigars and poison pens to grenades and bazookas. Read more »
Cuba and Venezuela
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An insight into two revolutions
Germán Sánchez
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Is Venezuela the new Cuba? What are the similarities and differences between these two revolutionary processes? With Latin America becoming more volatile than it has been for decades, this book addresses the question everyone, both friend and foe of President Chávez, is asking: Is Venezuela taking the Cuban road? Read more »
José Martí Reader
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Writings on the Americas
Introduction by Ivan Schulman
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This elegant anthology presents the full breadth of José Martí's work as a teacher, journalist, revolutionary and poet. It includes his political essays and writings on culture, his journalism, letters and selections of his poetry, published here in both Spanish and English. Read more »
Aleida Guevara Remembers Her Father, Che / Ausencia Presente (DVD)
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Aleida Guevara, directed by Carlos A. Garcí­a
English + Spanish language
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Who was the real Che? Aleida Guevara, his eldest daughter, who was seven when her father died, separates the myth from the man. This moving documentary reveals the extraordinary bond between her parents, and describes Che's tenderness and capacity to love. Read more »
Podemos cambiar el mundo
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Camila Vallejo
Spanish language
Chilean student leader Camila Vallejo was nominated as a Time magazine “Person of the Year, 2011.” With the explosion of student protests for equal access to education, her voice became internationally recognized as representing the new wave of rebellion that spread from the Arab world to Europe, the United States and Latin America in 2011. The New York Times compared the charismatic 23 year old to Comandante Marcos and Che Guevara. In this book of speeches and interviews, Camila argues “we are the 99 percent and we can change the world.” Read more »
CUBA: Una historia
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Sergio Guerra Vilaboy y Oscar Loyola Vega
Spanish language
From the pre-Hispanic period, through to Cuba’s struggle to survive after the collapse of the Soviet Union, and Fidel Castro’s stepping down in 2008, this book (in French) offers an overview of the history and politics of the tiny Caribbean island so often at the center of world events. Read more »
La izquierda latinoamericana en el gobierno: ¿alternativa o reciclaje?
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Roberto Regalado
Spanish language
Roberto Regalado, a well-respected authority on Latin American politics, reviews the “pink tide” of leftist and progressive governments elected over the last decade, from Venezuela to Argentina. He now considers whether these governments are capable of moving beyond being social protest movements to achieving real social transformation. Read more »
Diario de uncombatiente / Diary of a combatant
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El diario inédito de Ernesto Che Guevara de la Sierra Maestra a Santa Clara (1956-1958)
Ernesto Che Guevara
Spanish language
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The never-before published diary Che Guevara kept during the guerrilla war in Cuba when he joined the struggle to overthrow the Batista dictatorship that led to the 1959 revolution. Che’s widow Aleida March has now meticulously transcribed for the first time the small notebooks in which Che recorded his comments on events and individuals, often with a devastatingly brutal frankness. Read more »
Evocación
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Mi vida al lado del Che
Aleida March
Spanish language
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For the first time, Aleida March evokes the memory of her partner and compañero, Che Guevara. She describes her great romance and life with Che from the days when they first met as fellow guerrillas in Cuba’s revolutionary war against the dictator Batista up to the tragic moment when she learned of Che’s assassination in Bolivia less than a decade later. Read more »