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Rialto Eyes Cuba for Sister City Relationship

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Rialto could be the first city in the United States to form a sister city relationship within Cuba after President Barack Obama announced a historic thawing of icy diplomatic relations that spans decades between the two countries.

Obama Opens Door for CubaSkate to Rebuild Skatepark in Havana, Cuba

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President Obama’s initiative to begin normalizing relations with Cuba provides optimum conditions for CubaSkate, a D.C./L.A. based NGO which delivers skateboards to Cuban youth and promotes dialogue between the two countries with blessing from the Cuban government. 

First Secret Meetings, Then Open Diplomacy: Leahy On Restoring Relations With Cuba

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This past weekend, Sen. Patrick Leahy led a special congressional delegation to Cuba. It’s part of an effort to normalize relations between the two countries – relations that were severed in 1961 when Fidel Castro came to power. Leahy’s was the first congressional delegation visit since President Obama announced his intentions last month of ending the current restrictions between the United States and Cuba.

Mojito Diplomacy: Chefs Plan Culinary Tours To Cuba

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Miami Chef Douglas Rodriguez is known as the "Godfather of Nuevo Latino Cuisine" for the pan-Latin American style of cooking he helped pioneer. But, as the son of Cuban immigrants, his early cooking education was firmly rooted in the traditions of his parents' homeland.

Radio and TV Martí Have Roles to Play as Cuba Enters a New Era

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Western broadcasts provided essential information to all those dedicated to change and helped accelerate that change. Cuba is approaching such a moment, and once again the United States has a powerful instrument in place to help shape the outcome.

Cuba's Contributions to Local and Global Public Health

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Cuba is a major proponent of medical diplomacy and regularly sends physicians, nurses, and other medical staff throughout the globe. These biomedical exports have been most active in areas such as Latin America and Africa.

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