Cuban Alvaro Moreno, far rightm reunited with his cousins, from left, Merisi Roman, Maria Eugenia Fernandez and Horacio Wilson, in Hialeah. Moreno arriving in a van from Texas after crossing into the United States from Mexico on Jan. 12. He was one of the last Cubans allowed into the U.S. under the wet foot, dry foot policy.
Cuban Alvaro Moreno, far rightm reunited with his cousins, from left, Merisi Roman, Maria Eugenia Fernandez and Horacio Wilson, in Hialeah. Moreno arriving in a van from Texas after crossing into the United States from Mexico on Jan. 12. He was one of the last Cubans allowed into the U.S. under the wet foot, dry foot policy. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@elnuevoherald.com
Cuban Alvaro Moreno, far rightm reunited with his cousins, from left, Merisi Roman, Maria Eugenia Fernandez and Horacio Wilson, in Hialeah. Moreno arriving in a van from Texas after crossing into the United States from Mexico on Jan. 12. He was one of the last Cubans allowed into the U.S. under the wet foot, dry foot policy. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@elnuevoherald.com

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This Miami-Dade city is ranked as one of the least diverse. How could that be?

February 22, 2017 11:51 AM

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