Contributed By Leo Campos A.

Many of you will recall another infamous September 11. It is the anniversary of (sadly) U.S.-sponsored terror against the people of a Latin American country in 1973. Ocean Press has just published a rich book reclaiming September 11 for Chileans and all victims of terror for which Washington is – or has been responsible.

CHILE: THE OTHER SEPTEMBER 11 – An anthology of reflections and commentaries on the 1973 coup in Chile Edited by Pilar Aguilera and Ricardo Fredes

Contributors include: Ariel Dorfman, Pablo Neruda, Victor Jara, Salvador Allende, Fidel Castro, Beatriz Allende, Joan Jara among many others…

The terror, trauma and tragedy of General Pinochet’s U.S.-backed coup against the democratically elected government of Salvador Allende lasted 17 years, and Pinochet and his key U.S. accomplices still walk free. This book recounts the historical significance of the “other” September 11 for all those who oppose U.S. the war mongering machine, its incessant interventionism abroad and genuinely advocate for a more just and peaceful world.

It is available from Cuba Books a non-profit volunteer project based in Vancouver. You can find out more at Cuba Books offers titles by Cuban and international authors on the people, culture, government and history of Cuba and Latin America, world politics and social change. It provides books for students, people who want to learn more, and those working for a better world. All proceeds from sales are donated to organizations in Cuba promoting peace and equality.