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UO Today #515: Margaret Randall

UO Today #515: Margaret Randall
 

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Margaret Randall, feminist poet, writer, photographer, and social acitivist, discusses living and working in Cuba in the 1970s and Nicaragua in the 80s. She also talks about Ben Linder and his work in Nicaragua. He was murdered by the U.S.-backed Contras in 1987.

UO Today, the Oregon Humanities Center’s half-hour television interview program, provides a glimpse into the heart of the University of Oregon. Each episode offers viewers a conversation with UO faculty and administrators as well as visiting scholars, authors, and artists whose groundbreaking work is shaping our world.

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