Sunday, March 24, 2019

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Margaret Randall is a poet, essayist, oral historian and photographer who lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Why Haydée?

By Margaret Randall / 2015 September 11
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From Margaret Randall’s new book, “Haydee Santamaria, Cuban Revolutionary.”

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Tunisian Postcards

By Margaret Randall / 2011 May 23
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Margaret Randall reports from Tunisia.

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Cuban Postcards

By Margaret Randall / 2011 February 14
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Margaret Randall on a return visit to Cuba.

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Offended Turf

By Margaret Randall / 2010 March 20
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Margaret Randall at the wall in the desert.

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Flying Backwards

By Margaret Randall / 2009 February 21
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Margaret Randall casts a worried eye on the direction that the birds are flying.

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Memory of Samothrace

By Margaret Randall / 2006 October 25
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Margaret Randall traces the travels of the Winged Victory.

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The Language in My Blood

By Margaret Randall / 2006 October 25
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Margaret Randall thinks about the ways we transmit mother-tongues.

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Kee Tseel: Living Silence

By Margaret Randall / 2004 October 19
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Margaret Randall travels to a place of "living silence."

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