Margaret Randall
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Margaret Randall, an internationally acclaimed feminist writer, photographer and activist, has centered her life work on bridging distinct worlds and exploring womenís and cultural issues. She has published more than sixty books, including Sandino's Daughters, Walking to the Edge Hungerís Table: Women, Food and Politics; The Price You Pay: The Hidden Cost of Womenís Relationship to Money and Where They Left You Dead. Randall gives animated readings from these works, which reveal a profound understanding of the social, political and emotional ways our society affects womenís lives.

Randall has also written extensively on women in Cuba and Nicaragua, drawing on the quarter century she lived and worked in those countries.