Guided by Denise Morris, the Moles vistit Cuba today. Bill Resnick talks with Cuba expert Sam Farber about Cuba in transition and the possibilities for self-determination and socialist democracy. The Movie Moles review the 1964 film Soy Cuba! made by Russian film makers in support of the Revolution. And we hear Luz María Gordillo’s account of her trip to Cuba last May. Here the whole show by clicking the arrow above, or individual pieces by following their links below:
Samuel Farber is a long-time socialist born and raised in Cuba. He is the author of numerous works on that country including The Origin of the Cuban Revolution Reconsidered published by University of North Carolina Press. The Old Mole's Bill Resnick talks with him about life in Cuba today as it makes the transition to the post-Fidel era, and about various scenarios for its future. You can read his thoughts on these issues here and here.
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Kayse Jama and Leigh Anne Kranz interview Eduardo Angulo, Executive Director of the Salem/Keizer Coalition for Quality. They'll discuss the impact of anti-ESL Measure 58 on Oregon public school students and their communities.