How Gay Marielitos Changed Immigration
In 1980, the policy of denying entry into the US based on homosexuality ran smack into anticommunism.
Rosa Hernández Acosta habla sobre la Campaña de Alfabetización Cubana
Armada solamente con unos cuantos libros de texto y una lámpara de queroseno, Rosa Hernández Acosta alfabetizaba en la Cuba rural sin electricidad, agua corriente ni carreteras asfaltadas.
Rosa Hernández Acosta on the Cuban Literacy Campaign
Armed with just some textbooks and a kerosene lantern, Rosa Hernández Acosta taught literacy in rural Cuba without electricity, running water, or paved roads.
In 1964, 5 years after the end of the Cuban revolution, Che Guevara wrote for an academic journal. Read the Cuban leader in his own words.
How the Bay of Pigs Invasion Changed JFK
The disastrous Bay of Pigs invasion, early in John F. Kennedy's presidency, led him to reconfigure his foreign policy decision-making process.
The Science Behind Sonic Incidents
U.S. government employees stationed in Havana, Cuba, and Guangzhou, China, have experienced mysterious symptoms. Could the culprit be a sonic weapon?
Why Did Fidel Castro Infuriate the U.S. So Much?
Fidel Castro, the Cuban revolutionary and leader who dominated his small island nation's history for half a century, is dead at 90.
What the U.S. Can Learn From Cuba
With U.S.-Cuba relations opening, Cuba’s best export to the U.S could be its healthcare model.
Cuba’s Medical Revolution
What can other countries learn from medical advances in Cuba.
Cuban-American Relations Through The Years
After 55 years, diplomatic relations have been re-established between the United States and Cuba.