“I think that I’ve tried many times to get Cuba in my writings, especially Havana, which was once a great and fascinating city” – Guillermo Cabrera Infante I was always fascinated with pre-revolution Cuba. I loved reading about the glamour and opulence of Havana in Hemingway books. Cuba was described as a beautiful, hopeful place.… Continue reading Roots of Revolution
I read an article by the New York Times that detailed gender equality in Cuba and found it very interesting. It detailed how Castro made equality for women a priority, which is very admirable to me. There were laws put in place and enforced that protected women’s rights and promoted gender equality. After reading this,… Continue reading Gender Equality in Cuba
I’m surprised that Cubans don’t hold more animosity towards the United State of America after learning about the Platt Amendment. That law pretty much embodies the unfair idea that the United States is superior to all other countries (which it isn’t). Although the people in the United State thought that was what’s best for Cuba,… Continue reading US Cuba Relations
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