By Cheris Brewer Current

Using an interdisciplinary technique, present bargains a clean method of an issue that has obtained a good volume of cognizance. She questions conventional narratives on first and moment wave Cuban immigration that build a monolithic Cuban adventure and identification. This conventional singular identification and adventure is the root of the Exile version, which offers Cubans as brazenly political, hugely proficient, universally white, economically profitable, citizens of Miami, and martyrs of Castro's revolution. This oversimplification ignores the structural assistance that facilitated the Cuban luck tale, the racial and financial plurality of Cuban immigration, and the life of Cuban groups open air of Miami.

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