Studying Cuba

Students reflect on their semesters abroad. Last semester, three Harvard students traveled to Cuba, a country usually off-limits to American citizens. Monique Wilson ’09, Morgan Radford ’09, and Hannah Catabia ’09 took part in a program run by the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies that sends Harvard students to Cuba every year to “experience the challenges and rewards of Cuban reality first-hand.” For Wilson and Radford, who are both African American, the chance to experience a country that was a “racial paradise” was a main reason to visit Cuba. “Cuba has been my dream,” said Radford, “because I …






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