Cubans: An Epic Journey

Cubans: An Epic Journey

09 Sep Cubans: An Epic Journey

And they did. Even before the president s speech, thousands of Cubans had been flooding the shores of America and other countries, with the Freedom Tower in Miami becoming refugees sentinel of liberty. Their experience over the last sixty years is captured in Cubans: An Epic Journey, a collection of more than thirty essays by renowned scholars, historians, journalists, and media professionals. Contributors like magazine publisher Sam Verdeja, print and broadcast journalist Guillermo Martinez, newspaper editor Howard Kleinberg, business executive Louise O’ Brien, university professor Leonardo Rodriguez, and broadcast commentator Francisco Rodriguez cover myriad topics, from the fight against a totalitarian regime, to myths about the accomplishments of the Cuban Revolution, to the personal stories of Cubans who have made significant contributions to American society. The essays in Cubans explore different topics but share a similar endeavor to reveal the complex interrelationships among the Cuban people, their homeland, the exile community, and American government and society. The Cuban experience in America and other countries has proven disappointing and remarkable; disappointing because a homeland was lost and attempts to retrieve it turned into a nightmare, remarkable because refugees settled in their new countries and soon flourished, particularly in the United States, in many aspects of society.

Read more Cubans: An Epic Journey, The Struggle for Truth and Freedom available at amazon.com

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FACE is a non-profit organization created in 1982 to promote, foster and improve the goodwill, reputation and image of those persons of Cuban origins and their descendants in the United States and the world who have sought refuge outside of Cuba due to existing political conditions. FACE also combats all forms of bigotry and discrimination.

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