“Itinerários de Amílcar Cabral”, by Ana Maria Cabral, Filinto Elísio and Márcia Souto (org.), and “Cartas de Amílcar Cabral a Maria Helena: a Outra Face do Homem”, by Iva Cabral, Filinto Elísio and Márcia Souto (org.)

11 of December of 2018 - 18h30
Auditório do Museu do Aljube

Two books of intimate memories of Amílcar Cabral, which he exchanged with his family, one with letters and the other with travel postcards, to remember the historical leader of the independence of Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde.

Itinerários de Amílcar Cabral (Amílcar Cabral’s Itineraries)
Rosa de Porcelana Editora, 2018

Cartas de Amílcar Cabral a Maria Helena: a Outra Face do Homem (Letters from Amílcar Cabral to Maria Helena: The Other Face of the Man)
Rosa de Porcelana Editora, 2016

Presentation by José Neves.
With interventions by Filinto Elísio and Márcia Souto.

 

Itinerários de Amílcar Cabral

Rosa de Porcelana Editora, 2018

 

Cartas de Amílcar Cabral a Maria Helena: a Outra Face do Homem

Rosa de Porcelana Editora, 2016

 

Presentation by José Neves.

With interventions by Filinto Elísio and Márcia Souto.

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PERFORMANCE BY THE GROUP UMCOLETIVO – CULTURAL ASSOCIATION, Elvas
PERFORMATIVE READINGS AND MUSIC Cátia Terrinca and Mariana Bragada
FILM “Canhão de Boca” (Mouth Cannon), by António Machín

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