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Radikal Readings: Remembering Che

Almost 50 years after his death, Ernesto “Che” Guevara is still one of the most controversial figures in politics and popular culture. I can attest to this as someone I was on my recent trip to… 221 more words


Business students embrace Revolution? A Modest proposal for South Bend and Notre Dame, Indiana

Working at Notre Dame allows for many funny and troubling paradoxes.  The latest surfaced yesterday, when I emerged from the pristine, air-conditioned halls of the… 972 more words

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When I Was Young, I Wanted To Be...

In my basic Japanese language class, the teacher required the class to make a very simple composition using the Nihongo that we have learned so far. 253 more words

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Ernesto "Che" Guevara: ¿Héroe revolucionario?

After my students watch the film “Diarios de motocicleta” I want them to debate Che Guevara’s place in history. Here are the resources I found so far for planning the post-viewing activities. 435 more words

Whenever death may surprise us, let it be welcome if our battle cry has reached even one receptive ear and another hand reaches out to take up our arms. 7 more words

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El Che: Man Who Overawed America

In the year 1928, a baby was born in Rosario, Argentina who – unlike any other babies of the early 19th century Argentina- had incredible beginnings. 1,344 more words


"Diarios de motocicleta"

This year I showed the film “Diarios de motocicleta” for my AP Spanish Language classes. I had not shown it for a few years because when I changed schools, I found out that my students had already seen it in their previous Spanish classes. 533 more words

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