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Social Media Week/Cuba Internet Freedom Conference

A bilingual gathering of experts and practitioners to exchange ideas, explore the latest social media trends, learn best practices and more. This year, participants also will examine the current state of internet use in Cuba and discuss ways to support its growth.
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Social Media Week/Cuba Internet Freedom Conference 0:32

Social Media Week/Cuba Internet Freedom Conference

Cuban reggaeton star 'Candyman': Art is the most dangerous weapon against the government 3:34

Cuban reggaeton star 'Candyman': Art is the most dangerous weapon against the government

Marco Rubio: Cuban Adjustment Act is being abused 1:39

Marco Rubio: Cuban Adjustment Act is being abused

Dissident Cuban Reggaeton artists visit Miami 0:17

Dissident Cuban Reggaeton artists visit Miami

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Traveling to Cuba?: What to expect

Much of what you’ve read and heard about Cuba is true — exponentially. The country is frozen in a time warp where teams of oxen plow the fields, a 1950s Lada counts as a prized luxury and wireless internet access is a fantasy. But more than the crumbling glory of this Miss Havisham city or the retro thrill of zipping through Havana in a shiny ’50s Fairlane convertible, what may be most remarkable about Cuba is the constant graciousness of strangers.