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.

Tamara Alverado

Tamara Alverado is a "White American" who is married to a Spanish-speaking Latino. Even though she condiers her children to be Hispanic, she and her family left Miami and moved to Ocala because she felt that there weren't any "White people" left in Miami.

By: Stephanie Wehrung


Maria Cabrella

Ova Deveron

Sarah Suarez

Roberto Solis

Juanica Marsha

Myen Garcia

Tamara Alverado

Jaime Suchlicki