Cuba has been closed to most Americans for 40 years. Yet this island and her people, a mere 90 miles from US soil, still hold a powerful attraction.
American University's specially licensed study tour offers students the unique opportunity to explore this fascinating country. In this three week program, students learn about Cuban politics in the 21st century, both before and after the 1959 Revolution. They will examine first-hand Cuba's changing politics, economy, and culture. Students will learn from leading intellectuals, executives, government officials, and from the average Cuban what the Revolution means for them, then and now.
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