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Camilo Pérez-Bustillo

Camilo Pérez-Bustillo is a lawyer, professor, translator, and human rights activist. He has written extensively on the rights of indigenous and displaced peoples and has been an advisor on poverty to the UN Human Rights Council. He was the co-editor of The Poverty of Rights: Human Rights and the Eradication of Poverty (Zed Books, 2001) and the co-translator of a selection of Clemente Soto Velez's poetry, The Blood That Keeps Singing (Curbstone Press, 1995). (updated 6/2010)

AGNI has published the following translation by Camilo Pérez-Bustillo:

#18, from The Promised Land by Clemente Soto Vélez (translated with Martín Espada)
from The Wooden Horse (3) by Clemente Soto Vélez (translated with Martín Espada
from The Wooden Horse (3) by Clemente Soto Vélez (translated with Martín Espada)


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