By: Alex Barrio

When my family fled Cuba to the United States in the late 1960s, this was a very different country, though one with important parallels for today. In their first year here they lived in a basement, with my grandfather washing dishes and my grandmother working as a seamstress in New Jersey. Within a year, working those jobs, they were able to save up enough money to get their own apartment and car. …

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