More than 100 people rallied along the road outside Cafe Versailles in Miami on July 13, 2010. Demonstrations have erupted across the city in support of anti-communist protesters in Cuba. (Ryan Mills)
Miami – Hector Consuegra escaped Cuba with his family 18 years ago, fleeing from the communist-controlled island where, he said, there is “no respect for the people, no human rights, nothing.” He would like to return one day when a future of life and liberty is restored.
Nury Gomez’s mom left Cuba as a young woman in 1980 during the Mariel boatlift. Gomez said her activism is driven by her mom’s desire to see Cuba free in her lifetime.
Alina Zerpa, whose grandfather was a Cuban political prisoner, said that if the island is freed from its dictatorship, she’ll be “on the …
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