Monday, July 15, 2024

Tag: Cuba

Macedonia Missionary: Miami-Dade’s oldest African American church

It’s Mother's Day and the walls of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church are rumbling with the thunderous roar of the Reverend Lance B. Bailey Sr.’s...

Una apendicitis en La Habana

Aterricé en La Habana un 28 de marzo. Luego de cinco años llegué a un país en el que ya casi no tengo familia,...

South Florida author Carlos Orta in Washington, D.C., for book launch...

South Florida author Carlos Orta launched his new book, "The Rise of Cuban Americans in Florida Politics,” on June 18 in Washington, D.C., where...

Newsbreak June 18, 2024

Cleanup follows a damaging tornado near Ocala. Demolition begins for the apartment fire in downtown Miami. Police investigate a hate crime against a bagel...

Cubans running out of cash as inflation in the country escalates...

Cuba’s current economic crisis has left the country in a state of decline, unlike anything the island has seen in the past three decades. The...

The immigrant dream comes true

Back in 2008, Ariel Carbonell and Kirenia Barrios knew they had to find a way to better the future of their two children, Pedro...

Newsbreak June 3, 2024

An exhibit in Washington, D.C., remembers and advocates a Black community. Long lines form in front of Cuba's government-run banks as the country runs...

Brain waste: College-educated adult immigrants struggle to work in their fields...

Claudia Londoño recalls her first job in the United States in 2021. She was taught how to fold and manage a rack full of...

Spanish-speaking South Florida left vulnerable in media landscape

South Florida is one of the world's largest cultural and media capitals. Yet, with all the content pumped out of the region, it leaves...

Un día en la Habana

A las 6:45 de la mañana iniciaba mi aventura. Había sido siempre un sueño. Desde que en secundaria, en la clase de ciencias sociales,...