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"The Jewish Community of Cuba: Memory and History"

August 4, 2016

If you walk down the Calle 1 in Havana, Cuba, you will come across a wrought-iron gate fixed with the Star of David in the center. Beyond the gates is a geometric 1950s-era building whose front doors are marked with gold menorahs. Since 1953, the Synagogue Bet Shalom (also known as El Patronato) has been a reminder of the Jewish population throughout Cuba.

The Immigration Rhetoric in the United States and its Impacts

June 15, 2016

Nativism in the United States has risen and declined throughout the history of the United States dating back to before 1882 with the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. These nationalist sentiments immensely affect the admittance and treatment of immigrants.1 The power of nationalistic movements’ increases from the rhetoric used that can create fear of foreigners and cultivate pride in one’s home country.

Former CLAS Director and other 66 Hispanic Intellectuals Criticize Trump’s Xenophobia

April 27, 2016

Former CLAS Director Carmelo Mesa-Lago, the director of the University Center for International Studies, Ariel Armony, and other 65 prominent latinos from the United States, Latin America and Spain released a statement criticizing the “hate speech” of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

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