Index
Page numbers in italics indicate photographs.
Abiodun, Nehanda, 70
Abiodun, Vera, 71
Abreu, Beatriz, 107
Abu-Jamal, Mumia, 71
Acosta, Carlos Junior, 104
Acosta, Clodomira, 32
Acosta, Orlando, 149
Afrocuban life: economic issues,
68–69; heritage issues, 69–71;
military service, 93; prostitution,
75–76; racism, 49, 68–69, 93–94;
Santería, 69–70, 212–15
Agramonte, Ignacio, 226
agriculture, 4, 8–9. See also tobacco
Águilar, Father, 215–16, 219, 221
Águilar, Mario César, 211
Aja, Antonio, 186
Akuno, Kali, 67, 69
Alamar housing complex, 76
Albelo Oti, Ismael, 95, 106
Allende, Salvador, 134, 135
Almendrita (ballet), 105–6
Almendros, Rosa María, 131–36,
145–46
Alonso, Alberto, 95–96, 98–99, 101,
102
Alonso, Alicia, 10, 95–109; back-
ground, 95–97; fans,102–3; official
role, 99–104, 106–9; origins of
Cuban ballet, 97–99; partnership
with Esquivel, 101–2
Alonso, Fernando, 95–102
Álvarez, Ramona, 195–97
American Ballet Caravan, 96–97
American Ballet Theater, 97–98, 104
Americans in Cuba. See immigration
to Cuba
American Union, 138–39
Americas Region Caribbean Optical-
Ring System (arcos-i), 168–69
Amnesty International, 161
Ana (of Manzanillo), 39–42
Andalusian Center, 204–6
Angola, 232
Anónimo Consejo (rap group), 65–77
Antología personal (Arrufat), 85
Apuntes de Camagüey (Juárez Cano),
227
Arenado, Reinaldo, 209–10
Arenas, Reinaldo, 88
Arias, María Cruz, 200
Arnold, Michael, 4
Arregui, Amado, 182
Arrufat, Antón, 11, 82–86, 88
arts. See cultural community
arts and crafts, 22, 46–47
Asociación de los Hermanos Saiz,
66, 73
Assembly of God church, 210–12,
218–19, 221
Association of Spanish Business
Executives, 193–94
authors. See writers
Ávila, Beatriz, 200
Azcuy, Barbarita (balsera), 177, 180,
183–86, 188–89
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