Cuban accounting professor, private business consultant and revolution supporter Kariel Gonzalez in Havana.
Cuban accounting professor, private business consultant and revolution supporter Kariel Gonzalez in Havana. Tim Padgett WLRN.ORG
Cuban accounting professor, private business consultant and revolution supporter Kariel Gonzalez in Havana. Tim Padgett WLRN.ORG

Many younger Cubans on the island support both the revolution and reform

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