INDEX
Note: Italicized numbers indicate a figure; n indicates an endnote
Africa, 7, 15, 20, 162, 166, 170
Afro- Cubans, 20, 47–48, 99–100, 166,
208n16, 211n16, 213n4, 215n9
Aguiar, Alicia, 156, 214n30
Alemán, José Guerra, 181–82
amnesty, 17, 19, 67, 93, 189
Argentina, 213n1, 214n29, 214n33
art: as a form of revolution and social change,
23, 26, 147, 163, 168; as a political state-
ment, 159, 165–66, 170–74, 179; Cuban
poster, 170–73
Asia, 7, 161, 162, 166, 170
awc (Art Workers Coalition), 165
Baraldini, Silvia, 128, 213n2
Barcena, Rafael García, 88, 211n8
Batista, Fulgencio: assassinations ordered
by, 17, 47, 55, 119, 212n5; dictatorship of,
28, 55, 58; general amnesty of 1955 to
rebels, 17, 19, 67, 93, 189; Haydée’s work to
overthrow, 17, 102, 154; 1952 coup to take
power, 3, 17, 55, 208n9; overthrow of, 5,
96, 98, 208n9; police and military activity
to apprehend revolutionaries, 84–86, 119,
190, 212n5; rebel efforts to overthrow, 5,
55, 58, 67, 81, 207–8n4, 208n11; rumors
of Castro’s death, 4; torture and murder of
July 26 rebels, 58, 77
Bayamo, 58, 67, 119, 150
Benedetti, Mario, 121, 136, 156, 213n16
Black Panther Party, 171, 215n10, 215n15
Bolivia, 35, 118, 173, 187, 208n5, 214n20
Boniato Prison, 68, 86, 89, 104
Bravo, Ruiz: family of known as las muchí-
simas, 85, 120; police search at home of,
84–85
Brazilian literature, 23, 130, 132, 213n9
Buarque, Chico, 121, 212n12
Campos, Pedro Albizu, 170, 215n11
Cardenal, Ernesto, 12, 121, 136, 212n15
Carlos Manuel de Céspedes garrison, 58
Carpentier, Alejo, 129, 145, 152, 170–71, 183,
213n3, 214n26
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