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IEP - Cuba Workshop

Thursday, August 4, 2016 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Cuba, often at center stage in international affairs, is again the focus of global attention. Since Fidel Castro stepped down after nearly fifty years as Cuba's leader, his brother, Raúl Castro, has embarked upon a series of reforms that are gradually but fundamentally changing the country. The 2014 announcement to normalize Cuba-U.S. relations after over five decades during which the two countries had no diplomatic ties also signifies a historic shift. Outsiders have highly diverging views about Cuba and its history, particularly since the 1959 Revolution, which made major changes to Cuba's government, economy, and society. While the revolution brought opportunities and advances long denied to many Cubans, others lost property, jobs, and the positions they held in Cuban society. Cubans today have very different opinions about their country's history and its future direction.

August 4, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: Sixth Floor Museum

Lunch, materials and G/T hours provided at NO cost.

'No Shows' will be charged $25


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