(5 posts)

Meet Havana’s Acapulco Skateboarding Team

Teenagers in Havana and other Cuban cities have created skater communities as a way to express themselves.

Cuba / September 3, 2017

Church hits the road in this Cuban cycling club

The Parochial Cycling Club, based in a small town in central Cuba, takes its members out on the road to bring them closer to their faith.

Cuba / March 15, 2017

Dispatch from Havana: Six Cubans on the end of ‘wet foot, dry foot’

Some are worried about their family. Some are worried about those caught en route (others say good riddance). Some are hoping this means more legit visas for Cubans.

Cuba / January 23, 2017

What Cubans are saying about the US election

Cuba’s only 90 miles south of the U.S., but that doesn’t translate to knowing a whole lot about our candidates.

Cuba / October 26, 2016

‘I just never planned to be an immigrant’: A dissident Cuban rapper transitions to America

Dissident Cuban rapper “El Critico” made a name for himself rapping against the government. But after severe persecution by the Castro regime, he had to flee his patria. Now he’s adjusting to life in Miami.

Cuba / August 2, 2016