Participants learn about Cuban history from a Cuban historian on one of the recent People-to-People Cuba trips with The Center for Cuban Studies.
Participants visit the art studio/gallery of a Cuban artist on a recent People-to-People trip to Cuba with The Center for Cuban Studies.
Arlene Gottfried posted on Center for Cuban Studies' (Facebook) Wall
"The Visual Arts Trip to Cuba was sensational ! Meeting so many of the contemporary, extremely talented artists who invited us to their homes and studios. La música, ambiente, la gente plus the best arroz y frijoles not to be missed. Muchas Gracias Sandra!!"
US Citizens participate in the first of many People-to-People trips to Cuba with The Center for Cuban Studies.
“I definitely think that my outlook on life has changed—for years I have been hearing stories about Cuba—both positive and negative—and it was incredible to actually be there and form my own perspective. I feel that I was able to see first-hand a system that was so different from the U.S.—people had such different value systems and outlooks which made Cuba’s system (political, social, etc.) possible.”-Kate Philpott, Center for Cuban Studies Educators’ Group
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