Op-ed: Seeing Cuba through my mother's eyes, 50 years after she fled

If you knew my mother, Cila Gold, you’d know that going back to Cuba this past February was going to be an emotional experience.

She fled Cuba at 23 with my newly born sister, but no possessions. My father had left Cuba months before. She had never been back. Fifty years later, she came from her home in Miami to join our group of 32 Cincinnati women on our trip to Cuba. More >


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