PINAR DEL RIO


support babalú


Your donations help fund
our continued operation

do you babalú?

what they’re saying


bestlatinosmall.jpg

quotes.gif

activism


ozt_bilingual


buclbanner

recommended reading





babalú features





recent comments


  • asombra: Can you say gerontocracy? I can, and spell it, too. And notice the token Negroes–in the back rows, of course.

  • asombra: In the photo with Smith, look how seedy, bogus and disreputable Fidel looks–a cheap, vulgar poseur. But yes, nearly all of...

  • Gallardo: Putting the Reagan era aside, USA has always been Castro’s best friend. The bloody con-artist owes USA for paving his way...

  • asombra: The New York Times is practically wetting itself over Castro, Inc.’s Ebola PR stunt. Same perverse shit, different day.

  • asombra: Myers looks like a snotty prick who tried to be too clever by half and was merely USED. Foolish tool.

search babalu

babalú archives

frequent topics


elsewhere on the net



realclearworld

Out of Cuba: Memoir of a Journey

A new book by Regina Anavy, our good friend as well as a great friend to the cause of freedom in Cuba:

Out of Cuba
Memoir of a Journey

Author:Regina Anavy
Language: English
Category: Biographies & Memoirs
Formats: Ebook, paperback
Published:
Aug 22, 2013

Synopsis:

http://www.cognitiobooks.com/images/outofcuba.jpg
Out of Cuba: Memoir of a Journey
is an inspirational story about a woman who embraces a challenge to help a Cuban man change his destiny. Together, they struggle to overcome political and cultural obstacles, as they create a family bond and transform despair into hope.

The manuscript presents a more complex view of Cuba than is usually given in the American media. The narrative will resonate with anyone who has helped someone escape from oppression, and anyone who has had to leave home in order to have a future. The story shows how love, cooperation, and perseverance can change lives. The reader will come away with a renewed appreciation for the human spirit.

To order your copy click HERE.

2 comments to Out of Cuba: Memoir of a Journey