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Maestra

Maestra and the Cuban Literacy Campaign Last night, I screened a moving documentary, Maestra, a film about the 1961 Cuban literacy campaign. Cuba made ambitious, aggressive efforts in 1961 to eliminate illiteracy. I say ambitious because the goal was to … Continue reading

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The Imposter

  Be sure to catch The Imposter, if you like exciting, thrilling, mysteries. The Imposter¬†¬†is a highly-regarded, British-American co-produced, film about a young Texas boy who disappeared in 1994, and the person who resurfaced years later pretending to be the … Continue reading

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