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Dear Amy,

I am writing a magazine article on the status of Cuban women today, comparing their current rights and protections to the guarantees and laws now in place.

I was wondering if you might recommend another book review? Perhaps you might point me to an internet-based resource (a journal or a an article or book) that might be a helpful direction for my research.

Many thanks in advance for your assistance,

G. Feller

   

Dear G. Feller,

Madre, a New York based women's organization that does tons of work in Latin American, has organized several trips to Cuba to explore the current state of things from a woman's perspective. I suggest that you start there. Also, Alice Walker has written a few essays on her trips to Cuba. I think they can be found in her book, Anything We Love Can Be Saved.

I hope those suggestions help -- good luck.

-Amy

 

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