Cuban Exiles Look to Post-Castro Future Most Cuban Americans look ahead to political change in their homeland. After almost half a century, there is now at least a prospect of change in Cuba that might allow them to go back home.
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Cuban Exiles Look to Post-Castro Future

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Cuban Exiles Look to Post-Castro Future

Cuban Exiles Look to Post-Castro Future

Cuban Exiles Look to Post-Castro Future

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Most Cuban Americans look ahead to political change in their homeland. After almost half a century, there is now at least a prospect of change in Cuba that might allow them to go back home.

Guests:

Maria Cristina Garcia, professor of history at Cornell University

Susan Anasagasti, staff writer for The Miami Herald

Oscar Corral, reporter for The Miami Herald who covers the Cuban exile community