As Senior Senator for Florida Marco Rubio (R-FL) has expressed his deep concern and caution for President Joseph R. Biden Jr’s invitation to the President of Cuba, His Excellency Miguel Díaz-Canel. I would like to share that I certainly share your sentiment of concern, especially to recognize homeland security, given the designations of the UnitedContinue reading “CONGRESS’ NOTIFICATION OF CUBA’S INVITATION FROM PRESIDENT BIDEN.”


As I was taking the time to reflect upon what to share for the commemoration of Black History Month 2023, I wanted to acknowledge individuals who take the time to mark, share and acknowledge remembrance and commemoration of this month. While as leaders it is our hope that such kinds of remembrances evoke the humanContinue reading “BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2023.”

ANGEL’S READING AND REFLECTIONS, a historical visionary prediction??

As I was taking the time to reflect upon a few key ideas that sparked my interest in Chapter 6 entitled: “Sugar’s Revolution” from the book entitled: “An American History, Cuba” (Ferrer, 2021), I appreciated to learn of Cuba’s first female novelist: Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda (Ferrer, 2021, p. 72). I also reflected upon herContinue reading “ANGEL’S READING AND REFLECTIONS, a historical visionary prediction??”

Book Reflections | “CUBA: AN AMERICAN HISTORY” Ada Ferrer.

Winter Reading (s) | As I take the time to reflect upon the first reading of Ada Ferrer’s prologue from the book entitled: “Cuba: An American History” (2021), I was inclined to write upon the impressive reviews to delightfully taste the poetic prose of rich history intertwined with Cuba’s American History. I foresee that FerrerContinue reading “Book Reflections | “CUBA: AN AMERICAN HISTORY” Ada Ferrer.”


I would like to wish my heartfelt sympathies of love, prayer and support to the country and people of Cuba, that are being affected with the terrible disaster of the fire that is still plummeting smoke and fumes from the Matanzas Supertanker Base, Matanzas, Cuba. The fire continues to burn from the oil facility, thatContinue reading “CUBA | FUERZA MATANZAS.”


I would like to take the time to join in with all who commemorate the Tug Boat Massacre that occurred on July 13th 1994. This was when 72 individuals decided to board a boat that is called a Tug Boat, in the desperate efforts to escape the Castro Regime. The boat was newly renovated andContinue reading “TUG BOAT MASSACRE.”


As I took the time to reflect upon the 1 year anniversary of the protests that stemmed from Cuba, in the wake and creation of the uprising that demanded freedom for the people of Cuba; I reflected and shared what I think is also viewed as the risk of voicing publicly, what is felt internally.Continue reading “REFLECTIONS | PATRIA y VIDA!”


I took the time to reflect upon modern day human brutality that is beyond physical violences such as regimes that often silence human beings. We hear of the contemporary examples within Latin American countries such as: Columbia, Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, as well as historical examples, such as the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre. When 33 yearsContinue reading “REFLECTIONS ON REGIMES.”


I would like to join the nation of Cuba on the day of Independence and all who commemorate José Julián Martí Pérez, who was known as José Marti. On this day of May 19th 2022 that celebrates the national hero. Amongst much more Marti was a Cuban nationalist, leader, poet, professor and actively took partContinue reading “VIVA CUBA!!”


As I took the time to reflect upon my previous blog post, I noted that the author Carrie Gibson (2019) had included Ileana Ros-Lehtinen as the first U.S. Cuban-American elected U.S. Congress-woman within her book (2019). In addition as I have been taking the time to learn about the Cuba-America political community, I would likeContinue reading “AMERICA’S AMERICAN-CUBAN POLITICAL COMMUNITY.”