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  • 220 pages 
  • 24.2 cm x 32.6 cm 
  • Published in Berlin, 2020 

La Rampa — which takes its name from the final stretch of the famous Calle 23 in Havana — is devoted to providing an alternative history of a country, with a particular focus on race.

This issue is devoted to Portugal; exposing colonial wounds and embracing powerful new voices.




In this issue:


  • Once Upon A Slave, an essay by José Saramago
  • The discovery of 158 skeletons — the remains of fifteenth century Africans — under a carpark in Lagos, Portugal
  • The story of the Botanical Tropical Gardens by Chantal James
  • The movement for reparations
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