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Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Wednesday at 2 PM Pacific

September 18th 2019:Out of the SIlence

In 1972, a plane full of young people on their way to a rugby tournament crashed in the Andes. What followed was 72 days of survival in a rough and inhospitable environment. Those who did not die in the crash itself were in constant peril from freezing cold, hunger, avalanche and injury. How did the survivors manage to stay alive and, ultimately, bring about their own rescue? And what did that icy mountain have to teach them about love, community and the resources each of them had within them? For Eduardo Strauch, the crash became a reference point for everything in his life, his second birth

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Eduardo Strauch

Eduardo Strauch Urioste was born in 1947 in Montevideo, Uruguay. In 1968 he opened an architectural studio with his best friend from childhood, Marcelo PĂ©rez. He has worked as an architect and painter, and for many years he has lectured about his experience surviving seventy-two days in the Andes after the legendary 1972 plane crash on the Chilean-Argentine border. He is married to Laura Braga; they have five children and live in Montevideo.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2264/good-grief-with-cheryl-jones 23/10/2019 02:00 23/10/2019 03:00 Good Grief with Cheryl Jones https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2264/good-grief-with-cheryl-jones In 1972, a plane full of young people on their way to a rugby tournament crashed in the Andes. What followed was 72 days of survival in a rough and inhospitable environment. Those who did not die in the crash itself were in constant peril from freezing cold, hunger, avalanche and injury. How did the survivors manage to stay alive and, ultimately, bring about their own rescue? And what did that icy mountain have to teach them about love, community and the resources each of them had within them? For Eduardo Strauch, the crash became a reference point for everything in his life, his second birth. And, long after those 72 days, he felt a deep need to write about it and to explore how it had imprinted on his soul. His book, Out of the SIlence, is the result. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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