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Mariel exodus

GastГіn A. FernГЎndez

Mariel exodus

twenty years later : a study on the politics of stigma and a research bibliography

by GastГіn A. FernГЎndez

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Published by Ediciones Universal in Miami, Fla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mariel Boatlift, 1980.,
  • Refugees -- Cuba -- Social conditions.,
  • Political refugees -- Government policy -- United States -- 20th century.,
  • Cuba -- Emigration and immigration -- 20th century.,
  • United States -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policy -- 20th century.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGastón A. Fernández.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination207 p. :
    Number of Pages207
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19190425M

    They departed in boats from the port of Mariel and braved the dangerous mile journey across the Straits of Florida. Told in the words of the immigrants themselves, the stories in Voices from Mariel offer an up-close view of this international crisis, the largest oversea mass migration in Latin American : José Manuel García. Finding Mañana is a vibrant, moving memoir of one family's life in Cuba and their wrenching departure. Mirta Ojito was born in Havana and raised there until the unprecedented events of the Mariel boatlift brought her to Miami, one teenager among more than a hundred thousand fellow refugees. Now a reporter for The New York Times, Ojito goes back to reckon with her past and to find the people /5(2).

    Mariel Boatlift Photographs, Cuba migration If you wish to use any of these photographs please email us before doing so. I have obtained about 40 more of these so ask.   “The exodus of Cubans after the Castro revolution is one of the largest, and at times, most dramatic epics in human history. Voices from Mariel provides a vivid and accurate record of a major migration episode in the Cuban experience.”—Jaime Suchlicki, author of .

    Hence, when the Mariel exodus began to take place, he joined the exodus early on and left. After a month in Fort Indiantown, Pennsylvania, one of the four camps were the Marielitos awaited processing and resettlement, he was able to rejoin an aunt that had left through Spain in the early s that lived in Author: Silvia Pedraza.   Garcia, a professor at Florida Southern College, began working on a book nearly a decade ago about the Mariel boatlift, the notorious mass exodus from Cuba.


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Brian Latell, a former U.S. intelligence analyst and academic at the University of Miami, in a June 8, op-ed in The Miami Herald reviewing the above book touched on how Castro dealt with the Mariel boatlift during the Carter presidency: For me, Sánchez’s most appalling indictment of Fidel concerns the chaotic exodus of more thanCubans in from the port of Mariel.

This book is the story of the Mariel exodus, but it is so much more. Its first-person narratives illustrate the depths of human despair with some riveting descriptions."―Yvonne M. Conde, author of Operation Pedro Pan: The Untold Exodus of 14, Cuban Children/5().

He left Cuba in as part of the Mariel exodus. Correa has taught Hispanic American literature and culture at Hostos College and other universities in the Northeast region of the U.S.

He is the author of a play, La entrevista (), and two novels, Al. Speaking about “Mariel” in Cuba is now synonymous with a business park to attract foreign investment, but 40 years ago, that area located about 50 kilometers west of Havana was the point of departure of an exodus that went down in history as one of the great migratory crises with the United States.

Brian Latell, a former U.S. intelligence analyst and academic at the University of Miami, in a June 8, op-ed in The Miami Herald reviewing the above book touched on how Castro dealt with the Mariel boatlift during the Carter presidency: For me, Sánchez’s most appalling indictment of Fidel concerns the chaotic exodus of more thanCubans in from the port of : John Suarez.

This book examines the experience of the Mariel migrants from their departure from Cuba to their arrival, resettlement and adaptation in the United States. It fills in a gap in the literature dealing with their internment experiences in the U.S.

and explores the political factors bearing on the stigmatizing of the Marielitos as a pathological. The Paperback of the THE MARIEL EXODUS: TWENTY YEARS LATER by Gastón A.

Fernández at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due Pages: - Mariel Boatlift U. Coast Guard Operations During the Cuban Exodus HHA – Working with CGC Diligence A huge Cuban refugee exodus took place in. On Apthe Castro regime announces that all Cubans wishing to emigrate to the U.S.

are free to board boats at the port of Mariel west of Havana, launching the Mariel Boatlift. The. The Mirta Ojito Collection is a popular holding that is often accessed by researchers who are working on Mariel. Ojito, a Cuban-born author and journalist wrote a book, “Finding Mañana: A Memoir of a Cuban Exodus,” that details her journey in the Mariel boatlift when she was a teenager.

The collection contains her papers and documents. Mariel may refer to. Mariel (given name) Mariel, Cuba, a municipality and city; Mariel boatlift, a exodus of Cubans to the United States; Mariel of Redwall, a book in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques; Mari-El, an autonomous republic of Russia; El Mariel, second studio album by Cuban-American rapper Pitbull; People with the surname.

Mariel Hemingway (born ), American actress and. Book Description: During only a few months in, Cubans entered the United States as part of a massive migration known as the Mariel boatlift.

The images of boats of all sizes, in various conditions, filled with Cubans of all colors and ages, triggered a media storm.

Mariel was traumatic for South Florida, Odio said -- but it also prepared the community to deal more efficiently with future crises, including the rafter exodus of Create an account or log into Facebook.

Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates. This book is the story of the Mariel exodus, but it is so much more. Its first-person narratives illustrate the depths of human despair with some riveting descriptions."—Yvonne M.

Conde, author of Operation Pedro Pan: The Untold Exodus of 14, Cuban ChildrenBrand: University Press of Florida. The Mariel database also may offer new revelations about the exodus: • It listsnames, indicating 5, more than the acceptedcount of refugees who arrived here that summer. This book is the story of the Mariel exodus, but it is so much more.

Its first-person narratives illustrate the depths of human despair with some riveting descriptions.”—Yvonne M. Conde, author of Operation Pedro Pan: The Untold Exodus of 14, Cuban Children. book illustrates the depths of human despair with some riveting descriptions.” —Yvonne M.

Conde, author of Operation Pedro Pan: The Untold Exodus of 14, Cuban Children “The exodus of Cubans after the Castro revolution is one of the largest, and at times, most dramatic epics in human history.

Voices from Mariel provides a vivid and accurateFile Size: 2MB. This book contains a lot of information about an almost forgotten part of Cuban history. The Mariel Boatlift is one of the biggest mass exoduses in modern time but yet it slipped through the cracks of history.

This book has multiple accounts of people involved in the event along with a personal chapter about the writer who was also involved/5. The Mariel boatlift is an outlier in the pages of U.S. immigration history because it was, at its core, a result of Cold War posturing between the United States and Cuba.

The Guardian - Back to home. is now a second-hand book dealer. which culminates with the Mariel exodus of Cubans to the US. The best books on Author: Pushpinder Khaneka.Finding Mañana is a vibrant, moving memoir of one family's life in Cuba and their wrenching departure.

Mirta Ojito was born in Havana and raised there until the unprecedented events of the Mariel boatlift brought her to Miami, one teenager among more than a hundred thousand fellow refugees.

Now a reporter for The New York Times, Ojito goes back to reckon with her past and to find the people.Based on a manuscript by Dr. Garcia, the documentary will detail personal accounts of lives affected by the Mariel exodus and will highlight Dr. Garcia’s long anticipated trip back to his birthplace.

What was the mood of Cuban citizens and the atmosphere in which they lived prior to the events of Mariel?