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  • Miami protesters demonstrate against President Obama's visit to Cuba

    Protesters demonstrate in Little Havana Sunday, March 20, 2016, against President Obama's visit to Cuba. Silvia Iriondo, president of Mothers and Women for Anti-Repression says they are marching in solitary for those in Cuba that are repressed by the Castro regime in Cuba and that the Miami exile community will continue to support the people of Cuba's hope and aspirations for a free and Democratic Cuba. Video by Matias Ocner / Miami Herald staff

Protesters demonstrate in Little Havana Sunday, March 20, 2016, against President Obama's visit to Cuba. Silvia Iriondo, president of Mothers and Women for Anti-Repression says they are marching in solitary for those in Cuba that are repressed by the Castro regime in Cuba and that the Miami exile community will continue to support the people of Cuba's hope and aspirations for a free and Democratic Cuba. Video by Matias Ocner / Miami Herald staff Matias Ocner mocner@Miamiherald.com
Protesters demonstrate in Little Havana Sunday, March 20, 2016, against President Obama's visit to Cuba. Silvia Iriondo, president of Mothers and Women for Anti-Repression says they are marching in solitary for those in Cuba that are repressed by the Castro regime in Cuba and that the Miami exile community will continue to support the people of Cuba's hope and aspirations for a free and Democratic Cuba. Video by Matias Ocner / Miami Herald staff Matias Ocner mocner@Miamiherald.com

Protesters against Obama’s Cuba trip take to streets in Little Havana

March 20, 2016 12:17 PM