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Free At Last! Palestinian Poet Dareen Tatour Finally Released by Israelis

Thursday, 20 September, 2018 Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour, was released from prison by the Israeli authorities after completing her last five-month prison sentence.

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Palestinian Poet Dareen Tatour Sentenced to 5 Months; Create Art To Help Fight Her Conviction

Post Views: 11 Dareen Tatour has already spent more than two years and eight months between prison and house arrest for “incitement to violence” and “support of a terrorist organization” for her poem, “Resist, My People, Resist Them,” and Facebook statuses.

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FOR A POETRY OF LIBERATION? PINA PICCOLO – 13 POEMS

Pina Piccolo, a poet, teacher and translator, raised in Italy and Berkeley, California, and now living in Italy, is one of the principal coordinators and originators of La macchina sognante and more recently The Dreaming Machine

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FOR A POETRY OF LIBERATION? AN INTERVIEW WITH PINA PICCOLO

Can poetry in this brave new world we live in today, have a force, a revolutionary and transformative force for ‘good’?

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Irish poet Seamas Carraher published a poem for the people of Afrin

Séamas Carraher is a working class poet and writer born on the Southside of Dublin, Ireland

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To the Chinese Comrades, Please Release Poet Liu Xia

Liu Xiaobo won the Nobel Peace prize in October 2010 “for his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China”

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Palestinian Poet Dareen Tatour Convicted of Incitement, Supporting Terror for Poem and Facebook Posts

Palestinian poet and Dareen Tatour was surrounded by supporters on Thursday, May 3 as the Nazareth Magistrate’s Court found her guilty of incitement to violence and supporting a terror organization

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Will CUBA become a test case for a post-postmodern future?

In April, Cuba’s National Assembly will elect a new president, who, likely for the first time since the 1959 Revolution, will not be a Castro

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Writer Daniel Chavarria dies in Havana

Daniel Chavarria, great writer and communist, has died on Friday in his beloved Havana. He was born in Uruguay in 1933 but his incredibly adventurous and political life brought him to many shores

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REFUGEES

…for the people now in flight… from Afrin

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