Most Americans probably think Cuban art consists primarily of paintings of cigars, musical retrospectives of Ricky Ricardo or hands-on multimedia exhibits on cocaine trafficking. We can ignore the plight of Cubans fleeing north through the Caribbean to seek a democratic government or feel unaffected by America's enduring embargo because really, what we like to focus on are the movies portraying Cuba's seductive dances and rich foods. That's the island's legacy in America's consciousness—and 2,000 refugees annually choose to escape that lifestyle? What are they?... More >>>