Miami: A City of Latino Immigrants

U.S. relations with Cuba are slowly changing and no population is more interested and divided than within Miami, the nation’s most prominent Cuban American community. Listen as Cuban Americans share their views on the issues and challenges facing this historical attempt to reduce tensions and establish international détente.

Juanica Marsha

Juanica Marsha came to Miami from Cuba in 1998 and now owns a restaurant that specializes in Cuban and Latin American cuisine. He provides Latinos a taste of home and believes that for his customers, living in Miami is like living in their countries, just with more opportunities and safety.

By: Jackie Villavicencio and Zach Woodward


Maria Cabrella

Ova Deveron

Sarah Suarez

Roberto Solis

Juanica Marsha

Myen Garcia

Tamara Alverado

Jaime Suchlicki