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Reese Erlich: Dateline Havana

Date:
Thursday, January 29, 2009
Time:
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
Speaker
Organizer/Author:
Peninsula Peace and Justice Center
Email:
Phone:
650-326-8837
Address:
625 Hamilton Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94301
Location Details:
Fellowship Hall, First Baptist Church
305 N. California Ave., Palo Alto
(Wheelchair accessible)

Reese Erlich
Veteran foreign correspondent and radio journalist

Dateline Havana: The Real Story of U.S. Policy and the Future of Cuba
A new book release event and book-signing

Expertly researched and deftly reported, Dateline Havana is a probing exposé of U.S. policy and the future of Cuba on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the Cuban Revolution. Covering art, music, and Cuban politics, Reese Erlich creates a tableau that is at once moving and informative.

Reporting from Havana and Miami, he explores Cuba’s strained history with the United States and the power of the Cuba Lobby. From Miami-based terrorists in Cuba to the green revolution in Cuban agriculture, he unearths telling details about U.S.-Cuba relations and present-day realities on the island. He also lays out the next American president’s options and challenges regarding Cuba now that Fidel has exited the stage.

Reese Erlich is co-author of the best-selling book Target Iraq: What the News Media Didn’t Tell You. In 2001, he produced a one-hour radio documentary, “The Struggle for Iran,” hosted by Walter Cronkite; he was also a segment producer for the public radio series Crossing East, which received a Peabody Award in 2007. He reports regularly for National Public Radio, Latino USA, Radio Deutche Welle, Australian Broadcasting Corp. Radio, and Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Radio. He also writes for Mother Jones, the San Francisco Chronicle, the St. Petersburg Times, the Dallas Morning News, and the Chicago Tribune.

$7 to $15 suggested donation; sponsored by Peninsula Peace and Justice Center.

“Combines good investigative reporting with sharp analysis … a must-read for anyone interested in U.S. Cuba policy.” —Walter Cronkite

“Reese Erlich has cast a wide journalistic net for diverse voices to help us understand Cuba at this crucial moment in its history. This powerful, personal narrative is a very effective vehicle for traveling through the Cuban story and exploring that fascinating country’s contemporary challenges.” —David Brancaccio, host/senior editor, NOW on PBS

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