"El Nuevo Herald" reviews our symposium on "The Urban Insurrection against Batista: The Life and Times of José Antonio Echeverría."
The fall 2014 issue of our newsletter highlights our recent accomplishments, upcoming events, and media interventions.
Every year, the José Antonio Echeverría Foundation offers a scholarship to encourage FIU students to become active participants in the current political environment and effective future leaders. The deadline to apply for the scholarship is September 19.
The twentieth anniversary of the "balsero" crisis is a propitious occasion to reexamine several key issues raised by the contemporary Cuban diaspora. The Cuban Research Institute has invited a distinguished group of scholars, artists, and professionals who were directly involved with this crisis.
This exhibition explores the experiences of individuals who have been connected directly with or associated with Guantánamo through art, including American military personnel and their families, Haitian refugees, Cuban refugees, and post 9/11 detainees.
This book, written by Dr. Jossianna Arroyo, analyzes the Masonic, literary, and political writings of Spanish Caribbean intellectuals who lived in the decades of anticolonial struggle in Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Hispaniola (1860–1898).