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Mariel exodus twenty years later

a study on the politics of stigma and a research bibliography

by GastoМЃn FernaМЃndez

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Published by Ediciones Universal in Miami .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • Cuba
    • Subjects:
    • Cuban Americans -- Social conditions.,
    • Immigrants -- United States -- Social conditions.,
    • Stigma (Social psychology) -- Case studies.,
    • Racism -- United States -- Case studies.,
    • Mariel Boatlift, 1980.,
    • United States -- Race relations.,
    • United States -- Ethnic relations.,
    • United States -- Emigration and immigration.,
    • Cuba -- Emigration and immigration.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 107-197).

      StatementGastón A. Fernández.
      GenreCase studies.
      SeriesColección Cuba y sus jueces
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE184.C97 F465 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination207 p. ;
      Number of Pages207
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3573512M
      ISBN 100897298217
      LC Control Number2002106640


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Fernandez, author of The Mariel Exodus: Twenty Years Later/5(). Forty years ago, on Apthe Mariel boat lift began and would continue over the next seven and a half months ending on Octo OverCubans and o Haitians arrived in South Florida during the same period were given the same legal status through an administrative decision of the Carter Administration that created the Cuban Author: John Suarez.

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Fernandez, author of The Mariel Exodus: Twenty Years LaterBrand: University Press of Florida. I LOVED this book. Cuba fascinates me, and this memoir gave such a vivid depiction of daily life in Cuba during childhood.

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By the time the Mariel exodus began, 20 years later, the only ones left were her father and her. She lived surrounded by her paintings, her memories, a niece and nephew, a few close friends.

She worked as an architect in public : Silvia Pedraza. Gastón A. Fernández donated the research materials he collected and used for his book The Mariel Exodus Twenty Years Later: A Study on the Politics of Stigma and a Research Bibliography (Miami: Ediciones Universal, ).

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Beginning in Havana as a dispute between Cuba and other Latin American countries, especially Peru, over the granting of political asylum, a crisis developed when thousands of Cubans seeking asylum took refuge on the. “There was a lot of turmoil here in Miami,” Max Castro, a sociologist who left Cuba 20 years before Mariel, said.

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