Pichón: A Memoir : Race and Revolution in Castro's Cuba
Lawrence Hill Books, 2008 - 395 páginas
Revolutionary black nationalist Carlos Moore breaks three decades of silence to challenge Castro’s legacy in this controversial, behind-the-scenes memoir that explores the Revolution from a perspective of a pich n, the racist Cuban term for a black of Haitian or West Indian descent. After more than thirty years in exile, continually under the threat of retribution from the Cuban regime, Moore steps forward to reveal the truth: Fidel’s Revolution was a success for white Marxists. But for Cuban blacks, the Revolution was basically business as usual, a cover-up of their ongoing struggle for racial, political, and social enfranchisement. Fidel Castro and his men rose from the ranks of the patriarchal, white Spanish-Cuban elite, and the Revolution did not weaken those ties.
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PICHÓN: Race and Revolution in Castro's Cuba: A MemoirComentário do usuário - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Cuban-born political activist Moore recalls his impoverished pre-Castro childhood and subsequent years of exile for speaking out against the country's entrenched racism.Born in the small sugar-mill ... Ler resenha completa
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Moore, Carlos. Pichon: Race and Revolution in Castro's Cuba. Lawrence Hill: Chicago Review. Nov. 2008. 400p. photogs. index. ISBN 978-1-55652-767-8. $26.95. AUTOBIOG~Verdict: Moore's remarkable memoir ... Ler resenha completa