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Che Guevara Not for nothing has the image of Che Guevara stayed a hallmark of revolution and every expression of democratic, radical dissent, in to the 21st century. 302 more words

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The Myth of Che Guevara’s Corpse

PANAMA CITY, Panama—Thousands of Cubans and foreigners have been flocking to a mausoleum in central Cuba to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Che Guevara’s death. For 10 years, the Cuban government has been telling the world that the body inside the mausoleum is that of the famous guerrilla. 685 more words

Che Guevara

Burns and Murray: Multigenerational cast of "Evita" at Theater Barn wins us over

Evita at the Theater Barn
Theatre review by Gail M. Burns and Larry Murray

Gail M. Burns: I’ve waited a long time for Evita… 1,450 more words

Theatre

“What do you hope to change?” - Travels Through Mexico and Cuba - Part II - Leaving the Heart of the Beast

by Brendan Maslauskas Dunn/Love and Rage

I’ve been asked by a number of people why I traveled to Mexico and Cuba, or to put it in their exact language: “Why the hell did you go there for?” and, invariably, “You’re crazy.” And of course, this is followed by the expected mutterings of drug cartels this and evil Communists that. 1,374 more words

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Little "mixed" Boy

Cuban blood….

Black blood….

Native blood.

They all bleed the same,

Just as long as you remember the meaning to your name.

Nigger….

Spic….

Red skin, 242 more words

Love

The Killing Machine - Che Guevara, from Communist Firebrand to Capitalist Brand

Che Guevara, who did so much (or was it so little?) to destroy capitalism, is now a quintessential capitalist brand. His likeness adorns mugs, hoodies, lighters, key chains, wallets, baseball caps, toques, bandannas, tank tops, club shirts, couture bags, denim jeans, herbal tea, and of course those omnipresent T-shirts with the photograph, taken by Alberto Korda, of the socialist heartthrob in his beret during the early years of the revolution, as Che happened to walk into the photographer’s viewfinder—and into the image that, thirty-eight years after his death, is still the logo of revolutionary (or is it capitalist?) chic. 5,449 more words

Che Guevara