Black in Latin America: Cuba's Racism Problem

Institutional racism in Cuba has been outlawed for decades, but in this installment of Henry Louis Gates' PBS special, it's clear that "racism of the heart" is still very much alive there.

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Institutional racism in Cuba has been outlawed for decades, but in this installment of The Root Editor-in-Chief Henry Louis Gates' PBS special, it's clear that "racism of the heart" is still very much alive. Find out how the struggle against it is being waged under a system in which, as Gates notes, "Declaring that racism exists can be judged a seditious criticism of the government."

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