lo imperdonable/Forgive the
Unforgivable (Planeta), and
Cuban-American writer Manuel
C. Díaz, shares his travel stories
in De Cádiz a Normandía/From
Throughout the weekend,
the Ibero-American Authors
program boasts a varied and
vibrant lineup of authors and
panels. Here’s a glimpse:
11: 30 AM
La memoria escrita:
Claudia Palacios, and
Manuel C. Díaz Share
Uruguayan pediatric oncologist
Roberto Canessa discusses his
book, Tenía que sobrevivir/I
Had to Survive (Atria Español). Claudia Palacios, the
Colombian journalist and CNN
presenter, presents Perdonar
a question, I was booed. Chavez was very smart and knew
how to manipulate the media.
My last interview with President Barack Obama also
took an unexpected turn. He wanted to talk about how he
had granted immigration to thousands of students through
the Dreamers program, but I wanted to talk about the
more than 2. 5 million people he has deported. It was a very
Who would you like to interview whom you haven’t
been able to?
I am agnostic, but I would like to interview Pope Francis
and the Dalai Lama. I don’t know what happens after we
die, and I would like to pick their brains. Who better than
them to share with us their thoughts on the afterlife?
An Evening with Mexican Journalist Jorge Ramos
In Spanish with translation into English
Sunday, November 13, 4–5 p.m.
Chapman Center (Building 3, 2nd floor, Room 3209)
Olé! Spanish Language
Programs at the Fair
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