A group of exile organizations and volunteers are trying to help hundreds of Cubans who are stranded in Mexico following the end of the so-called “wet foot, dry foot” policy on Jan. 12.

Vigilia Mambisa, Democracy Movement, WWFE La Poderosa radio station and other organizations and volunteers have set up a tent on Miami’s Calle Ocho at Southwest 13th Avenue, next to a monument dedicated to the Bay of Pigs Invasion.



Recent Articles

Date Title
2/26/17 Current Record
2/26/17 After frequent price hikes, cost of visiting Cuba coming down
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
2/23/17 Cuba says it foiled plot to destabilize country, slams dissidents and OAS
Sarah Marsh and Nelson Acosta, Reuters
2/22/17 Tech Entrepreneurs From Cuba Visit Silicon Valley
NBC News
2/22/17 U.S. senators say Cuba's Castro keen to continue detente
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
2/22/17 Countdown begins for Raúl Castro’s retirement next year
Mimi Whitefield and Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
2/22/17 Cuba denies entry to OAS chief invited to a pro-democracy event
EFE, Fox News
2/20/17 Now that Cuba is open, Americans aren't going
Justin Bachman, Chicago Tribune
2/20/17 Cuban Doctors Stranded: Can’t Travel to US, Cuba, or Stay in Colombia
Carmen Sesin, NBC News
2/19/17 Donald Trump Says Cuban Voters Love Him, but He's Wrong
Jerry Iannelli, Miami New Times
2/19/17 Florida commerce with Cuba totals $65 million even as governor tries to limit trade expansion
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
2/19/17 Hundreds of Cubans deported after US immigration status end: Cuba
AFP, YAHOO News
2/16/17 Trump names Alexander Acosta as labor secretary nominee
Josh Dawsey and Marianne Levine, Politico
2/15/17 U.S.-bound Cubans stranded in Mexico say they are victims of extortion and more
Mario J. Pentón, Miami Herald
2/14/17 China piles into Cuba as Venezuela fades and Trump looms
Marc Frank, Reuters
2/14/17 Joint venture to produce and sell Cuban vaccines to treat cancer seeks investors
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
2/14/17 JetBlue Follows American Airlines and Cuts Capacity in Cuba
Adam Levine-Weinberg, The Motley Fool
2/13/17 Anti-Castro Cuban-American Lawmakers See a Champion in Trump
Gisela Salomon, U.S. News
2/13/17 As wet foot/dry foot U.S. policy ends, Cuba ponders what Trump may do
Rick Jervis, USA Today
2/12/17 Cuba wants more babies, so it’s giving parental leave to grandparents, too
Nick Miroff, Washington Post
2/12/17 How does Cuba manage to achieve first-world health statistics?
Álvaro Fuente, El País
2/8/17 Havana’s newest hotel will set mark for luxury
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
2/8/17 Havana’s newest hotel will set mark for luxury
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
2/7/17 Clinic operator who fled to Cuba returns to face $130M healthcare fraud case
Jay Weaver, Miami Herald
2/7/17 Norwegian Cruise Line announces more Cuba voyages
Gene Sloan, USA Today
2/6/17 One of Obama’s parting acts: Suspending lawsuit provision of Helms-Burton
2/6/17 Cuban health professionals who had been stranded in Colombia are allowed U.S. entry at MIA
Mario J. Pentón, Miami Herald
2/5/17 In Cuba visit, Colorado governor sees government desire to work with Trump
Marc Frank, Reuters
2/5/17 Trump's warnings grow, but so are travelers and flights to Cuban soil
Harriet Baskas, CNBC
2/2/17 Trump to announce Sonny Perdue for Agriculture
Helena Bottemiller Evich, Ian Kullgren, Jenny Hopkinson, Catherine Boudreau, Josh Dawsey, and Alex Isenstadt, Politico
2/2/17 Heitkamp bill would remove credit restrictions on ag sales to Cuba
Jenny Schlecht, Inforum
2/2/17 In Cuba, app stores pay rent
The Economist
2/1/17 Cubans stranded in Mexico due to 'Wet Foot' policy demise refuse to return
EFE, Fox News
2/1/17 AP PHOTOS: Women demand Cuba support 1st female boxing team
AP, YAHOO News
2/1/17 Cuba oil potential estimate revised higher
Daniel J. Graeber, UPI