The Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies Invites you to the premier presentation of the documentary:
Director Kevin Leffler grew up with Michael Moore near Flint, Michigan. He knows the real guy, as opposed to the media darling Moore created. Moore positions himself as a champion of the poor and working class. Leffler’s documentary shows how the renowned filmmaker actually rips off and manipulates people, including the “underprivileged” and less-than-media-savvy “stars” of his films. Leffler reveals the truth about how Michael Moore really operates. Leffler traveled to Cuba and with the help of Dr. Darsi Ferrer was able to show the reality of health care in Cuba.
INTRODUCTION: Jaime Suchlicki, is Director, Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies, and Emilio Bacardi Moreau Professor of History at the University of Miami. He is also editor of “Cuban Affairs” a quarterly electronic journal published by ICCAS and the author of Cuba: From Columbus to Castro and Mexico: From Montezuma to the Rise of PAN.
PRESENTERS: Jorge Utset, webmaster of TheRealCuba.com one of the most popular websites about Cuba. He has appeared as a guest on Hannity and Colmes, on Fox News, and on ABC 20/20 to talk about health care in Cuba.
Julio Cesar Alfonso, M.D., president of “Solidaridad sin Fronteras,” frequent panelist in various TV programs about public health in Cuba.
Dr. Darsi Ferrer, resides in Cuba, he is the Director of the Juan Bruno Zayas Center for Health and Human Rights. Dr. Ferrer worked with Mr. Leffler on the Cuba part of his documentary. (live participation from Cuba)
PRODUCER: Kevin Leffler, is a CPA, professor, and founder of an educational non-profit, who is a life-long resident of Davison, Michigan. Leffler lives outside of Flint, Michigan. He will be present to discuss the documentary and to answer questions.
6:30 p.m. Reception
7:00 p.m. Documentary
WHERE: Casa Bacardi/Olga-Carlos Saladrigas Hall
University of Miami
1531 Brescia Avenue, Coral Gables, Fl
RSVP: The Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies
(305) 284-CUBA (2822). Seating capacity limited.