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1998-01-09

Women in Cuba

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The Pope will arrive in Cuba in little over a week. In preparation for his visit host Amy Goodman went to Havavna over the holidays to see how people were preparing for the visit and to get a sense of people’s lives in Cuba.

Today, a look at women in Cuba.

Guest:

  • Norma Vassayo, the vice-dean of the psychology department and the coordinator of the women’s studies department at the University of Havana.

Related Links:

  • The Republic of Cuba–National Web Site
  • 1/8/98 Democracy Now!–"Evoving Revolutionary"
  • 1/7/98 Democracy Now!–"Cuba’s Revolution and the Lives it Changed"
  • 1/6/98 Democracy Now!–"Interviews from Cuba (Part II)"
  • 1/5/98 Democracy Now!–"Interviews from Cuba (Part I)"
  • 11/20/97 Pacifica Network News–"Bombs in Havana"
  • 11/19/97 Pacifica Network News–"Pentagon Planned Crisis To Blame On Castro"
  • 10/17/97 Pacifica Network News–"The Mythical Che Guevara"

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