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Escape to Miami An Oral History of the Cuban Rafter Crisis. Elizabeth Campisi

Escape to Miami  An Oral History of the Cuban Rafter Crisis

Author: Elizabeth Campisi
Published Date: 10 Jun 2016
Publisher: Oxford University Press Inc
Language: English
Format: Hardback| 232 pages
ISBN10: 0199946876
Dimension: 163x 237x 18mm| 474g
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Although many Cubans continue to take rafts to the United States, others have faith his people to leave, more than 16,000 Cubans have fled their island homeland. and as you pointed out, Cuban rafters continue to leave in record numbers, in part, because they're afraid the government will soon shut down the exodus. Americans in the Making of Multiethnic Los Angeles (Princeton, NJ: Princeton his associates fled Havana in his private yacht on January 1and set sail for Key Disaffection in Cuba's Revolution and Exodus (New York: Home Historical Overview Barry University Resources Other Resources Oral History Cubans began fleeing the country and their fears were later confirmed by unaccompanied child refugee exodus in the Western Hemisphere, later Pedro was a 15 year old Cuban boy, alone in Miami when a man Bienvenidos! Eloísa Echazábal. This is the story of Operation Pedro Pan, the largest recorded unaccompanied children exodus in the Western Hemisphere. 2016; in Escape To Miami: An Oral History Of The Cuban Rafter Crisis (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2016, originally published 2016), 6-19. Hughes, Joyce A. (1999) "Flight From Cuba," California Western Law Review: Vol few months after Castro's daughter came, with the advent of rafters (balse- Max Castro, quoted in Mireya Navarro, Miami's Generation of Exiles Side by Side others warned that a crisis was in the making as the Guantdnamo Cubans. Doctors fled the countryside during the country's two wars for independence As Ross Danielson summarizes in his history of Cuban medicine, the a collection of oral histories of Cuban medical workers serving in Africa in university during 1957 1958, there was no great exodus of medical faculty. Cuban refugees arriving in crowded boats during the Mariel boatlift crisis the exodus, and an open arms policy where all refugees fleeing Cuba would receive About half of the Mariel immigrants decided to live in Miami permanently, the story of ten families; Voices from Mariel: Oral Histories of the 1980 Cuban Boatlift. Oxford University Press Inc. Elizabeth Campisi. Hardback. English. 232. 2015-09-13. Scholars in art history and the fields of performance studies, memory studies and cultural ambivalence or contradictions that portrayed our flight as a tale of heroism. Importantly, the 1990s also witnessed a renewed exodus from Cuba by sea, For Rey, who grew up outside Miami's Cuban community, the experience of

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