Iradia Casanueva sells copies of the Granma from a Vedado street corner. She wears a princess T-shirt emblazened with a Verizon Wireless logo, despite never having owned a cellphone.
Iradia Casanueva sells copies of the Granma from a Vedado street corner. She wears a princess T-shirt emblazened with a Verizon Wireless logo, despite never having owned a cellphone. Photo by Kevin Vestal
Iradia Casanueva sells copies of the Granma from a Vedado street corner. She wears a princess T-shirt emblazened with a Verizon Wireless logo, despite never having owned a cellphone. Photo by Kevin Vestal

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July 12, 2016 06:26 AM

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