CRI Visiting Scholar Elaine Acosta analyzes the process of approving a new Constitution on the island and concludes that it leaves out millions of Cubans living abroad.
Barry University has received a Florida Humanities Council Community Grant, in partnership with the Cuban Research Institute at FIU and Centro Cultural Español de Miami, to host a series of public programs that explore Cuba, particularly the Pedro Pan experience.
El Nuevo Herald interviews sociologist Alejandro Portes, one of the coauthors of "The Global Edge: Miami in the Twenty-First Century," which CRI presented at Books & Books on January 25.
The Cuban American Bar Association (CABA), in partnership with FIU's Cuban Research Institute and CasaCuba, will cosponsor a panel discussion exploring the history of the Cuban Constitution, its present implementation, newly proposed revisions, and its future.
In this presentation, José Ignacio Ramírez will discuss the impact on Cuba when Castro's regime came into power and abolished professional baseball during the 1960-61 season and the difficult choices young men had to face in pursuit of their dreams. This lecture will also highlight Mr. Ramírez's personal journey as a young boy who immigrated into the United States under the Operation Pedro Pan Program.
A group of legal and historical experts examines the main amendments to Cuba's magna carta, scheduled to be approved in a referendum on February 24, 2019.