Children of the Days
Eduardo Galeano talked about his book on world history, Children of the Days: A Calendar of Human History, in which he writes about different historical events that happened on each day of the year. During this event hosted by the Chicago History Museum, Mr. Galeano was joined by author and New York Times guest columnist Marie Arana. close
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Marie Arana Writer at Large Washington Post
Eduardo Galeano Author
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