We talk with Simon Worrall and Heather Dune-Macadam about the fascinating and tragic story of a young Jewish artist in Nazi-occupied Paris. Their book is “Star Crossed: A True Romeo and Juliet Story in Hitler’s Paris.” Then, New York Times columnist and author Margaret Renal tells us about her acclaimed new book “The Comfort of Crows: A Backyard Year.”
This week on First Voices Radio Tiokasin Ghosthorse hosts another roundtable discussion with three returning guests. Jonathan Gonzales was born in Tuxtepec, Oaxaca, Mexico. He has spent the last 12 years learning earth living skills and ancestral ceremonial ways with many teachers and elders. Lucas Jatobá is a photographer and filmmaker who was born in Manaus, northern Brazil whose work focuses on urban social issues. Christian Matute Sagbay, from Gualaceo, Ecuador — not too long ago it was kichwa/kañari territory — works in the area of language justice.
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