Includes sites that reflect the make up of Cuba's community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the people of the island.
Music, authors, arts, and history of Cuba's African heritage. Includes recent news and calendars of festivals and of touring shows.
New York-based nonprofit offering publications, organized tours, library services, exchange programs and art projects.
RAND research report discusses changing demographics, societal institutions, and economic challenges.
Directory of nonprofit organizations that have worked in Cuba or in partnership with Cuban institutions. From the Florida International University Cuban Research Institute. Travel information and links.
University of Miami holdings of primary and secondary sources on Cuba and on Cuban-Americans.
Stories and photos from students at the University of California Berkeley's School of Journalism.
Database of online development policy, practice and research documents, searchable by sector or keywords. Includes index to British Library of Development Studies printed material.
US-based nonprofit which promotes exchanges between the two countries in medicine, education and the arts. Provides a history of the organization and an overview of recent programs.
A full-text article by José Barreiro, reprinted from Cultural Survival Quarterly, provides description and analysis of contemporary Cuban Amerindian descendants.
Links to articles describing social work training and delivery systems.
Free Cuban recipes, directory of Cuban restaurants United States, links.
Webcast of Vancouver, Canada, presentation featuring Alicia Gonzalez of the Federation of Cuban Women.
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