Raúl Moas, Executive Director of Roots of Hope, will be part of Class VIII of the Miami Foundation. This program identifies individuals 5 to 15 years into their professional career who are inspired by our community's potential, have demonstrated ethical leadership, and have the dedication to do more.
The noted Cuban writer lectured on how she began to write science fiction before leaving the island in 1991.
Karla Elizabeth Rueda Vergara's work will focus on the influence of Cuban-American lobbying on U.S. migration policies during electoral cycles since 1981.
This talk by Dr. Alexis Jardines Chacón will pose the question of the concertation of all ideological trends in a multi-party opposition movement capable of filling the void, both of ideology and power, left by a post-totalitarian regime.
In this informal presentation, Juan Carlos González Leiva will share his experiences as an activist for human rights in Cuba.
Dr. Luis Martínez-Fernández's book is the first in more than three decades to offer a complete and chronological history of revolutionary Cuba, including the years of rebellion that led to the revolution and bringing the reader to the present-day transformations initiated by Raúl Castro.