Nehanda Abiodun, 68, Black Revolutionary Who Fled to Cuba, Dies | New York Times

Daniel E. Slotnik, New York Times Nehanda Abiodun in 2015. Ms. Abiodun had been living in Cuba to elude arrest on charges that linked her to violence committed by radicals in the 1970s and ’80s. Credit Noah Friedman-Rudovsky. Featured Image Nehanda Abiodun, a radical black nationalist who was charged in the deadly botched robbery of […]

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Discovering Cuba | New York Amsterdam News Nearly two years ago, President Obama eased relations and lifted sanctions over Cuba, allowing Americans to travel to the Caribbean island, only 90 miles south of us, for the first time in more than 60 years.

Nearly two years ago, President Obama eased relations and lifted sanctions over Cuba, allowing Americans to travel to the Caribbean island, only 90 miles south of us, for the first time in more than 60 years.

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Havana Meets Kingston, the disk that connects musically to the islands – Reggae.es The producer of reggae and dancehall Australian Mista Savona has assembled some of the most influential musicians of Jamaica and Cuba to record the first album where the sounds of both islands will be connected.

The producer of reggae and dancehall Australian Mista Savona has assembled some of the most influential musicians of Jamaica and Cuba to record the first album where the sounds of both islands will be connected.

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