The Heat: Cuba post-Castro

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legacy of Fidel Castro What is the future of Cuba without Fidel Castro

After a week of mourning, Cubans continue to say goodbye to the former leader Fidel Castro.


Hundreds of thousands have come out to pay their respects these last few days and to see Castro’s coffin as it is driven across Cuba in a funeral procession. His final resting place is Santiago de Cuba and his ashes will be interred there on Sunday.

Joining us to discuss the future of Cuba, post-Fidel: 

  • Michael Voss, Cuba Correspondent. 
  • Rafael Salies, director of Brazil operations for Southern Pulse, a firm focused on building understanding of Latin American issues.
  • James Early, former director at the Smithsonian. He has visited Cuba more than fifty times.  
  • Juan Jacomino,  a long time journalist and a former press liaison officer at the Cuban Interest Section in Washington D.C.

The Heat: Cuba Post-Castro Seg. 1

Cubans continue to pay tribute to their former leader Fidel Castro. What does the future hold for Cuba, now that he is gone? Hundreds of thousands have come out to pay their respects these last few days and to see his coffin as it is driven across Cuba in a funeral procession. His final resting place is Santiago de Cuba and his ashes will be interred there on Sunday. Joining us to discuss the future of Cuba, post-Fidel: Michael Voss, Cuba Correspondent. Rafael Salies, director of Brazil operations for Southern Pulse, a firm focused on building understanding of Latin American issues. James Early, former director at the Smithsonian. He has visited Cuba more than fifty times. Juan Jacomino, a long time journalist and a former press liaison officer at the Cuban Interest Section in Washington D.C.

The Heat: Cuba post-Castro Seg. 2

Hundreds of thousands have come out to pay their respects these last few days and to see Castro's coffin as it is driven across Cuba in a funeral procession. His final resting place is Santiago de Cuba and his ashes will be interred there on Sunday. Joining us to discuss the future of Cuba, post-Fidel: Michael Voss, Cuba Correspondent. Rafael Salies, director of Brazil operations for Southern Pulse, a firm focused on building understanding of Latin American issues. James Early, former director at the Smithsonian. He has visited Cuba more than fifty times. Juan Jacomino, a long time journalist and a former press liaison officer at the Cuban Interest Section in Washington D.C.

 

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