U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will likely further advance the normalization of relations between the United States and Cuba and would seek to ease the restrictions with Havana, Cuban Research Institute Director Jorge Duany told Sputnik.
CRI Director Jorge Duany has been invited to lecture at Hampton University on the new opportunities for U.S.-Cuba exchanges.
The José Antonio Echeverría Foundation has announced that this year's grant will be awarded to Katheryne Mena.
The Glenn Hubert Library will display the large format photos and interpretive material by Clyde Butcher and an expedition team funded by UNESCO, which traversed the mountains and coastline of Cuba.
To mark the opening of the photo exhibit "Cuba: The Natural Beauty," this session will feature photographers Clyde Butcher and Patrick Farrell, as well as ecologist Evelyn Gaiser and geographer Jennifer Gebelein. The discussion will be moderated by Professor Mercedes Vigón.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the enactment of the Cuban Adjustment Act, the FIU College of Law will sponsor a panel discussion on its past and future.