A waiter at a state-run restaurant waits for his shift to end. Over the past few years, economic reforms have seen a growth in the number of private businesses, especially cafes and restaurants but Afro-Cubans have lagged behind in accessing these new economic opportunities.
A waiter at a state-run restaurant waits for his shift to end. Over the past few years, economic reforms have seen a growth in the number of private businesses, especially cafes and restaurants but Afro-Cubans have lagged behind in accessing these new economic opportunities. Damaso Reyes For the Miami Herald
A waiter at a state-run restaurant waits for his shift to end. Over the past few years, economic reforms have seen a growth in the number of private businesses, especially cafes and restaurants but Afro-Cubans have lagged behind in accessing these new economic opportunities. Damaso Reyes For the Miami Herald

Cuban economic reforms spur talk of race

December 20, 2014 08:39 AM

UPDATED December 20, 2014 04:43 PM

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