This year's program featured Cuban-American pianist and composer David Virelles, accompanied by percussionist Hilario Bell and bassist José Armando Gola, who performed traditional Cuban tunes with a modern twist.
El Nuevo Herald's Olga Connor interviews pianist David Virelles about his performance of legendary danzones with a personal touch.
Soledad O'Brien travels to Havana, Cuba for a special report on how the island is coping in the wake of President Trump's tough new travel and economic restrictions.
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The Palm Beach Post reports on how President Donald Trump has reverted President Barack Obama's Cuba policy, with the support of the Bay of Pigs veterans in Miami.
The Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Pittsburgh will screen the film directed by Carlos D. Díaz Montero and produced by Elaine Acosta.
Congratulations to CRI Faculty Affiliate Eugenio Rothe on the forthcoming publication of his coauthored book by Oxford University Press, which seeks to understand the psychosocial impact of immigration on cultural identity.
Petra Kuivala, a former Fulbright Scholar at CRI from the University of Helsinki, defended her doctoral dissertation on the Catholic Church in Cuba after 1959.
CRI Visiting Scholar Elaine Acosta writes about the structural crisis experienced by Cuban women today.