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for The New York Times: Opening a Restaurant in Miami? Invoking Cuban Communism Might Backfire.
josé a. alvarado jr.
Feb 25, 2022
Location: New York City
“Many Cubans living in Miami now, and its descendants, blame Fidel personally for being here,” said Jorge Duany, the director of the Cuban Research Institute at Florida International University. “The level of hatred, for quite a number of Cuban immigrants, is quite intense.”

Photographed for The New York Times, with words by Christina Morales.
Opening a Restaurant in Miami? Invoking Cuban Communism Might Backfire.
The restaurant, Café Habana, is scheduled to open in the spring. But it’s already leaving a bitter taste for many Miami-Dade County residents.
Nytimes.com

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