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The American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora is a culturally-specific museum of memory, dedicated to showcasing and documenting the history, culture, and contributions of the Cuban exile community through exhibitions and programming in the arts and the humanities.
Founded in 1997, Center for a Free Cuba is an independent advocacy organization comprised of Cuban professionals and human rights volunteers seeking basic human rights for the 11 million people on the island. This nonprofit is committed to amplifying Cuban voices, sharing Cuban resources, and supporting freedom efforts for the Cuban people.
The Cuban American National Foundation was created to work tirelessly to restore freedom, democracy, and respect for human rights in Cuba.
Aware of the limitations to freedom of expression and the inability to disseminate or receive uncensored information both inside and outside the island, we strive to serve as vehicles for the international dissemination of the crimes of Castroism and demand solidarity from democratic governments and world public opinion with the tragedy the Cuban people is going through.
The Cuban Soul Foundation (CSF) is a multidisciplinary non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to presenting and promoting Cuban culture at academic and cultural venues with a focus on education. The Cuban Soul Foundation has an extended outreach program that includes partnerships with other arts organizations and universities.
CubaOne Foundation offers a new generation of Cuban Americans the opportunity to give back to Cuba, build relationships with the Cuban people, and explore their heritage through high-impact trips to the island.
The San Carlos is a multi-purpose facility that serves as a museum, library, art gallery, theater, and school. Located in the heart of Key West's historic district, the San Carlos is considered to be the cradle of Cuba's independence movement.
The UCF Cuban American Student Association is a student organization that celebrates Cuban culture, educates the student body on Cuban history, and provides a safe space for students to share their family stories and create bonds. This group can often be found playing dominoes or enjoying a Cafecito. All are welcome to join!
Video - Cuba's internet blackout and lack of COVID-19 vaccines are amongst the many issues that have sparked protests throughout the island. Cuban Author and Ph.D. Scholar, Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo and UCF Pegasus Professor and Historian, Dr. Luis Martínez-Fernández discuss the current political climate in Cuba as protestors demonstrate against the Cuban government and Communist Party.