Imprisoned Lives – Maria Machado – Sold Out

21 of October of 2020 - 16h00
Aljube Museum Auditorium
Image: Maria Machado. Photo seized by the PIDE, at the time of the prison of Maria Machado’s parents and sister, and distributed by border posts and the police.

Imprisonable Lives is a program that collects the testimonies of former political prisoners and those who resistant to the Dictatorship.

The sessions are recorded, in order to allow the creation of a virtual file for future memory.

On October 21st, at 4 pm, in our auditorium, we will receive Maria Machado in a conversation conducted by Ana Aranha.

Due to the pandemic,the capacity of our auditorium is limited. Admission is free, upon mandatory registration to:

Activity in portuguese.

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