Cuban-Americans Cautiously Optimistic About U.S. Relations Lourdes Garcia-Navarro speaks with writer Achy Obejas about Cuban-American response to changes in U.S.-Cuba relations.
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Cuban-Americans Cautiously Optimistic About U.S. Relations

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Cuban-Americans Cautiously Optimistic About U.S. Relations

Cuban-Americans Cautiously Optimistic About U.S. Relations

Cuban-Americans Cautiously Optimistic About U.S. Relations

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Lourdes Garcia-Navarro speaks with writer Achy Obejas about Cuban-American response to changes in U.S.-Cuba relations. We also have an update about on a story from Havana we reported on Tuesday. Artist Tania Bruguera planned to stage an event there and she, along with a number of other dissidents, were detained. The move was strongly condemned by the U.S. State Department.