BenitaBook - 1994
Mexican political activist Benita Galeana rose from an obscure birth in a small village to become an outspoken advocate for workers' rights. With humor, insight, and dignity, she recounts how she became a revolutionary, describing life in a peasant hovel, in urban cabarets, and in Mexican jails.
Publisher: Pittsburgh, Pa. : Latin American Literary Review Press, 1994
Branch Call Number: B G1314
Characteristics: 175 pages ; 22 cm