Tag Archives: Victor Jara

Chile: “no hay revolución sin canciones”

As a person, I pay for what I say. … Refusal has always been a very important act carried out by saints and hermits but also by intellectuals. The very few people who made history are those who said no, … Continue reading

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Remembering septembers past: Victor Jara

On September 16th, Victor Jara was killed five days after the 1973 coup d’état that brought to an end the government of Salvador Allende. He was among the thousands that died at the hands of Augusto Pinochet’s violent authority. But … Continue reading

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