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Nona Willis-Aronowitz

Aronowitz is a 25-year-old journalist and cultural critic.

Page Burners: Guilt-Free Summer Beach Reads

New York in the summer, with its viscous air and rushing crowds, is so unpleasant that when you finally make it to the beach, you need to make the most of it.

The Romance of Revolution

In the eyes of struggling American leftists, Cuba has never looked so good. Its revolutionary rhetoric and iconic images have become a staple of the American urban-chic style. Cuba’s story pops up again and again—you can’t read an alternative weekly these days without hearing of a new indie movie showcasing Cuba’s drive for justice.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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