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Article's first page uploaded April 5, 2020
This page of article uploaded June 25, 2020
This page updated July 3, 2020


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We salute the following from the world of culture and the arts who succumbed to COVID-19 along with 516,210+ others in our planet

 

FEBRUARY-MARCH | APRIL | MAY | JUNE-JULY

 


 

Chris Trousdale (United States)
singer and actor
(June 11, 1985 - June 2, 2020 in Burbank, California)

Chris Trousdale - "Summer" (Official music video). [Uploaded 26 August 2019]

 


 

Fabiana Anastácio (Brazil)
contemporary Christian music singer
(February 23, 1975 - June 4, 2020 in São Paulo)

Fabiana Anastácio - "Adorarei" (I Will Love). [Uploaded 25 May 2018 by Todah Music]

 


 

Dulce Nunes (Brazil)
actress and singer-songwriter
(June 11, 1929 - June 4, 2020 in Rio de Janeiro)

Dulce Nunes - Dulce (1966). [Full album, uploaded 26 August 2017 by Brazilian Rare Grooves]

 


 

Antonio Rodríguez de las Heras (Spain)
historian; dean of the Faculty of Humanities, Communication and Documentation and director of the Institute of Culture and Technology of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid; and culture journalist
(September 19, 1947 - June 4, 2020 in Madrid)

Antonio Rodríguez de las Heras. [Photo from uc3m-magazine.uc3m.es]

 


 

Manuel Felguérez (Mexico)
abstract artist
(December 12, 1928 - June 8, 2020 in Zacatecas City)

Installation view of Manuel Felguérez's solo show at Páramo, 2018. [Photo grabbed from artnews.com]

 


 

Araceli Herrero Figueroa (Spain)
philologist and Galician-language writer of essays and studies on language, literature and didactics
(June 22, 1948 - June 10, 2020 in Lugo)

Araceli Herrero Figueroa in 2011. [Photo by Eduardo Castro Bal grabbed from wikimedia.org]

 


 

Elsa Joubert (South Africa)
Afrikaans-language writer (member of the Sestigers movement)
(October 19, 1922 - June 14, 2020 in Cape Town)

A behind-the-scenes video for the film adaptation of Elsa Joubert's novel Die swerfjare van Poppie Nongena. [Uploaded by Helena Spring Films, 12 November 2019]

 


 

Giulio Giorello (Italy)
philosopher, mathematician and epistemologist
(May 14, 1945 - June 15, 2020 in Milan)

Giulio Giorello. [Photo from artribune.com]

 


 

Paulinho Paiakan (Brazil)
leader of the Kayapo people and activist
(? - June 16, 2020 in Redenção, Pará)

Paulinho Paiakan. [Photo from democracynow.org]

 


 

Dan Foster (Nigeria, United States)
radio shows disc jockey and host, former Idols West Africa and Nigeria's Got Talent judge, and creator and director of the Cool FM Nigeria Praise Jam concerts
(September 26, 1958 - June 17, 2020 in Lagos)

Dan Foster. [Photo from africareinvented.com]

 


 

Kamal Lohani (Bangladesh)
journalist, former secretary of the cultural organization Chhyanaut, founder of the left cultural organization Kranti and former director general of the national cultural center Shilpakala Academy
(June 26, 1934 - June 20, 2020 in Dhaka)

Kamal Lohani. [Photo from en.prothomalo.com]

 


 

Talib Jauhari (Pakistan)
Islamic scholar and Urdu poet
(August 27, 1939 - June 21, 2020 in Karachi)

Talib Jauhari. [Screenshot from a video on YouTube]

 


 

Santiago Manuin Valera (Peru)
Awajún leader and indigenous rights activist
(January 1, 1957 - July 1, 2020 in Chiclayo)

Silver Donald Cameron speaks with Valera for The Green Interview. [Uploaded 10 October 2014 by TheGreenInterview]

 


 

 

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[thank you all, and rest in peace]

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

 

 

 


 

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