Campus Times
March 16, 2001

photo by Vicky Martinez

The Argentinean social activist, writer and mother, Alicia Kozameh visited the University of La Verne to speak about her experiences as a political prisoner during one of Argentina's dictatorships in 1975. Kozameh also presented her new book "Steps Under Water," narrating her three years of imprisonment and her exile from Argentina.

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