Fidel Castro's passing marks the end of an era that divided and separated the Cuban people. His death is deeply personal -- both for Cuban exiles in the United States and for Cubans on the island. Supporting policies that promote continued engagement between the United States and Cuba becomes even more important now.

True, Castro has not formally been at Cuba's helm for a decade. But his ever-present influence was felt through public appearances, grand speeches and in the landmark moments of Cuban politics, even attending Cuba's Communist Party Congress deliberations as recently as April. And his presence is physically all around you walking the streets of Havana. From signs and billboards, to painted slogans on the sides of concrete walls and buildings.


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    Joe Uchill, The Hill
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    Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
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    12/19/16 Cuba announces home internet trial scheme in Havana
    BBC
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    12/18/16 American attorney defending Cuban dissident artist arrested, foundation says
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    Daniel J. Graeber, UPI
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    Reuters, CBC
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    Anatoly Kurmanaev, Wall Street Journal
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    Patricia Mazzei, Miami Herald
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    The Guardian
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    Chabeli Herrera, Miami Herald
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    Justin Bachman and Christopher Palmeri, Bloomberg
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    Daniel J. Graeber, UPI
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    12/5/16 "Raúl Castro at Fidel’s final homage: ‘We vow to defend the homeland and socialism’"
    Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
    12/5/16 Dissident artist jailed in Cuba beaten and fed sedative-laced food, family says
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    12/4/16 Cuba tries to figure out political standing in Trump era
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    12/1/16 Current Record
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