Los Hermanos is a story of what’s possible to achieve when we break our geopolitical differences down to a human level.
Author - Erin Goodman
Erin Goodman is the editor for Startup Cuba's Writers Program, and a frequent Spanish–English translator for the New York Times Opinion Section and OnCuba Travel magazine. Previously she worked for over a decade at Harvard University's David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies. Erin first traveled to Havana as a Wellesley College student in 2002. Fun fact: Erin grew up in Burlington, Vermont.
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