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Sixty years after the Cuban Revolution, the next generation of leadership is slowly bringing reform to the island — very slowly. President Miguel Díaz-Canel worked with Communist Party leaders to usher in a new constitution that enshrined private property rights and more democratic norms, but the Party will remain firmly in control. As a new generation of Cubans seeks new freedoms, this GroundTruth series produced in partnership with Northeastern University and with support from the Henry Luce Foundation explores the growing role of faith during a time of transformation.


Alternative medicine blooms in Cuba

May 2, 2019
The Island

In Havana, young Jews create community

July 31, 2018
The Island

Bringing Catholicism back to Cuba

December 23, 2017