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Steve Brouwer discusses Revolutionary Doctors in Boston and Maine

Revolutionary Doctors

Revolutionary Doctors

Steve Brouwer, author of Revolutionary Doctors: How Venezuela and Cuba are Changing the World’s Conception of Health Care, will discuss his new book at the follow events in Maine and Boston. According to Steffie Woolhandler MD, co-founder of the US group Physicians for a National Health Program, “The Cuban medical educational model, so eloquently described in the this book, has not merely transformed health care in much of Central and South America. It has shown doctors and medical students who work in the unjust and dysfunctional U. S. health care system that another world is possible.”

12:30 pm, Monday, April 9

Kresge 213

Harvard School of Public Health

677 Huntington Ave. Boston

Lunch will be provided.

Free and open to the public. For visitor passes email jacob.bor[at]

7 pm, Wednesday, April 11

Morrill Meeting Room

Curtis Memorial Library

23 Pleasant Street, Brunswick ME

Sponsored by Let Cuba Live of Maine and the Maine Peace Council

12:30 pm, Thursday, April 12

“Practicing Revolution, Practicing Medicine

in Cuba and Venezuela”

Totman Room, Memorial Union

University of Maine, Orono, ME

A program in the Spring 2012 Socialist and Marxist Studies Series

Sponsored by the Marxist-Socialist Studies Interdisciplinary Minor and co-sponsored by the Maine Peace Action Comm., the Memorial Union, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. For info contact Prof. Doug Allen, Coordinator, Marxist-Socialist Studies at 207-581-3860 or douglas.allen[at]

7:30 pm, Thursday, April 12

“Revolutionary Doctors in Venezuela and Cuba”

Peace & Justice Center of Eastern Maine

96 Harlow Street, Bangor, ME

For info contact Ilze Petersons, Coordinator, Peace & Justice Center, at 207-942-9343 or info[at]

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