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20 de Septiembre de 2010

El escritor británico rastafari de origen jamaiquino, poeta dub Benjamin Zephania, habla de la poesía, la política y la revolución

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En Londres, el teatro Prince of Wales (Príncipe de Gales) estaba lleno el domingo por la lectura de la producción británica de The People Speak (El pueblo habla), una historia del pueblo de Gran Bretaña inspirado en la obra del historiador fallecido Howard Zinn. Hablamos con el poeta, declamador y Rasta Benjamin Zephaniah.

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