Eres Cuba

26 Sep The Repeating Cuban

In 1960, four years after emigrating from Cuba, my father, Carlos Palacio, and his family visited Cuba for the first time since they settled in Hialeah; they drove down to the Keys and boarded a car ferry that floated them across the Florida Straits to...

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11 Apr An afternoon in Little Havana

We spent an afternoon taking photos in the new Little Havana, a neighborhood that has welcomed Miami’s working class and immigrants for 80 years now, from white to black to Cuban to Honduran. Photos are set to Richard Blanco’s poem ‘La Revolución at Antonio’s Mercado’ Para la...

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