In 1959 there was a revolution in Cuba. Part of the promise was to abolish racial segregation and to provide jobs and education for Black Cubans. But ever since Cuba hit harsh economic times in the 1990’s, black Cubans have been experiencing more racial discrimination. In the second of his 3-part series on Cuba, correspondent Reese Erlich is in Havana to look into race in Cuba.
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