In memory of Eduardo Galeano one of Latin America most acclaimed writers, a champion of justice and peace

 “And I write trying to recover our real memory, the memory of humankind, what I call the human rainbow, which is much more colorful and beautiful than the other one, the other rainbow. But the human rainbow had been mutilated by machismo, racism, militarism and a lot of other isms, who have been terribly killing our greatness, our possible greatness, our possible beauty.” Eduardo Galeano (September 3, 1940 – April 14, 2015).


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