The José Antonio Echeverría Foundation announces the competition for its 2015 scholarship, awarded in honor of the slain leader of the Cuban student movement during the 1950s.
El Nuevo Herald reports on CRI's symposium on the Catholic Church in Cuba and the diaspora.
CRI Affiliate José Gabilondo writes for The Huffingtonpost about the President's decision whether to continue to authorize sanctions against the island based on the Trading with the Enemy Act of 1917.
Dr. Jairo Grijalba Ruiz writes about the pioneering Afro-Cuban musician Arsenio Rodríguez and his contributions to "son," mambo, and salsa.
In this book, Dr. Yeidy M. Rivero shows how television owners, regulatority entities, critics, and the state produced Cuban modernity for television.
In this lecture, Emilio Cueto will trace the historical development of the Virgin as a symbol of Cuban national identity on the Island and abroad.