Video and sound recordings covering various topics related to Cuba.
Karen Lee Wald is a writer and freelance journalist from the Oakland-San Francisco Bay Area in California, where she also
worked as a bilingual teacher and college instructor. Since 1969 she has been writing about Cuba, where she has maintained
temporary residence since 1982 as a foreign correspondent. Ms. Wald's path to Cuba began in the 1960s Civil Rights, student
and anti-Vietnam War movements, and she continues to travel back and forth between her homes in both countries and to be involved
in the struggles in each. She has helped break the information blockade against Cuba. Her work has been essential to responding
to the disinformation campaigns against Cuba with factual information.
131 videocassettes, 66 audio cassettes.
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