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Photo of the Day – Cuba & Venezuela, Berta & Maria, Courage & Valor

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1 comment to Photo of the Day – Cuba & Venezuela, Berta & Maria, Courage & Valor

  • asombra

    Soler would be a major star if she were opposing a right-wing tyranny, let alone apartheid-era South Africa. Can you imagine? Everyone would want a piece of her; Oprah and Whoopi would be ALL over her, not to mention the Congressional Black Caucus, Spike Lee and the whole Hollywood cretin corps. However, as it is, despite being very black, photogenic and personable, she remains ghettoized (so to speak) like Biscet, Antunez, Sonia Garro and others. One can also call it segregation or discrimination, along with "those people," who are definitely not treated like any other minority.