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Un día sin inmigrantes

quince voces, una causa

(Book - 2006 - Spanish)
Un día sin inmigrantes
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Random House, Inc.
Un día sin inmigrantes fue concebido a la luz de las multitudinarias manifestaciones pacíficas que el 1 de mayo de 2006 se sucedieron simultáneamente en las principales ciudades norteamericanas. Era preciso dejar constancia de esta histórica jornada en un libro que recopilara las voces de personajes latinos influyentes dentro de Estados Unidos que ofrecieran una visión coral y diversa sobre el acontecimiento y sus repercusiones en el futuro. El objetivo principal era plasmar en letra impresa el auge de una seria de iniciativas que alcanzaron su punto de ebullición y efervescencia el primer día de un mes que es equivalente a primavera y reverdecimiento.

La reconocida periodista Gina Montaner ha coordinado y prologado los textos que forman este libro. Son quince voces que destallan en todos los ámbitos: desde el mundo académico y artístico (Edward James Olmos, Alvaro Vargas Llosa, Paquito D'Rivera, Yareli Arizmendi, Serio Arau), pasando por el político (Arturo S. Rodríguez, Nora Sándigo, Ana Navarro, Roberto Suro) y el mediático (María Antonieta Collins, Marián de la Fuente, Jorge Ramos, Sanjuana Martínez, Gustavo Godoy, Karla Martínez).

Baker & Taylor
Jorge Ramos, Maria Antoinetta Colins, Edward James Olmos, Mario Vargas Llosa, and other influential Latinos living in the United States share their diverse views on the May 1, 2006 manifestations held by immigrants in major cities throughout the nation, and explore their future repercussions.

Publisher: México, D.F. : Grijalbo : Distributed by Random House, 2006
Edition: 1a ed
ISBN: 9780307385819
0307385817
Branch Call Number: Spa 304.873 D
Characteristics: 152 p. : ports. ; 23 cm.

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