Santeria followers listen as religious leaders, or babalawos, present ‘la letra,’ or letter — a set of predictions and advice guiding worshipers for the new year, at the Ramada Hotel in Hialeah on Friday, Jan. 2, 2015.
Santeria followers listen as religious leaders, or babalawos, present ‘la letra,’ or letter — a set of predictions and advice guiding worshipers for the new year, at the Ramada Hotel in Hialeah on Friday, Jan. 2, 2015. PEDRO PORTAL EL NUEVO HERALD
Santeria followers listen as religious leaders, or babalawos, present ‘la letra,’ or letter — a set of predictions and advice guiding worshipers for the new year, at the Ramada Hotel in Hialeah on Friday, Jan. 2, 2015. PEDRO PORTAL EL NUEVO HERALD

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