Tag: Che Guevara
by Jim Benning | 03.07.11 | 11:39 AM ET
On their journey:
As young medical students, they witnessed deep poverty across the continent, particularly Chile, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela, and their stay at a Peruvian leper colony left a lasting impression on the pair.
They parted ways in Venezuela, where Granado stayed on to work at a clinic treating leprosy patients.
In 1961, Granado moved to Cuba, where he taught biochemistry at Havana University.
by World Hum | 01.21.10 | 2:26 PM ET
by Thomas Kohnstamm | 01.12.10 | 12:17 PM ET
Thomas Kohnstamm celebrates books that really rocked the boat
by Eva Holland | 05.08.09 | 11:43 AM ET
Eva Holland talks Che and the meaning of his ubiquitous image with the founders of a new travel photography site
by Rolf Potts | 01.27.09 | 10:00 AM ET
Rolf Potts examines the clichés of the revolutionary's admirers and detractors
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