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Cindy Sheehan's Soapbox
GUEST: DEENA STRYKER
Interview
CINDY SHEEHAN AND DEENA STRYKER
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July 3, 2016, 11:19 p.m.
Guest: Deena Stryker
Topic: Cuba: Diary of a Revolution


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One American’s On-the-Ground Account of the Cuban Revolution Comes to Light in Cuba: Diary of a Revolution


In 1963 Deena Stryker was an intrepid young American reporter working for a French weekly when she traveled to Cuba determined to capture the day-to-day realties of a society in the process of radically remaking itself.

Married to a Frenchman, Stryker’s French citizenship gave her an entré into a post-revolutionary Cuba that Americans were generally denied. Her interview subjects include those who would attain iconic stature, such as Che Guevara and Fidel Castro and other members of “the Twelve” (the revolutionary government) and those who played a less publicized, but no less pivotal revolutionary role, including Celia Sanchez and Vilma Espin. She also talks to ordinary Cubans who are trying to navigate a new path that is anything but certain.
CINDY SHEEHAN: HOST AND EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
DON DEBAR: ENGINEER
DEENA STRYKER: GUEST

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