Carolina De Robertis

The Tyee features musician Raffi in, “Raffi Cavoukian Is a Tyee Builders“… Jianli Yang writes an opinion piece for The Washington Post, “Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng escaped. Will the U.S. support him?“… “Perla” by Carolina De Robertis is reviewed in, “Daughter struggles with a tragic legacy“… “Follow-Up: Opposition Crystallizes Against So-Called ‘Agent Orange Corn’” features […]

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The Huffington Post interviews Lilly Ledbetter in “Equal Pay — Will We Ever Get There“… Filmmaker named Reserve Knight Fellow! Ian Cheney will visit the Western Reserve Academy campus… Latest from Jessica Valenti founder of, “The Nation: Why Hilary Rosen Is Right“… One World Cafe features an interview with Carolina De Robertis on her

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Professor Yvonne Latty has won “Best Short Documentary” at the Phoenix Film Festival for “Sacred Poison”… Rinku Sen examines the varied elements of impression, stereotype and diversity during “Day of Dialogue” at Bridewater State University… Sandra Steingraber’s Generosity Invigorates Anti-Fracking Movement… New York Daily News reviews ‘Perla’ the lastest book from author Carolina De Robertis…

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Upcoming Events: Carolina De Robertis in the Bay Area

Carolina De Robertis is the author of the critically acclaimed, best-selling novel “The Invisible Mountain,” which tells the story of three generations of a family in Uruguay, focusing on the women’s stories and grappling with complex themes including government repression, clandestine revolutionary movements, human rights violations, transgressive sexualities, family violence, emigration, exile, and the incredible resilience

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