Cuban-American Relations, One Year after Rapprochement

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Since the US and Cuba renewed diplomatic relations a year ago, a new wave of migrants has been leaving the island. We hear about conditions there and how they're determined by the policies of the US and the Castro regime.

Later on the program, American labor unions have admitted blacks and Hispanics for decades, but often whites get more work, bigger pensions and greater access to the Middle Class. Now courts are ordering back pay. 

Photo: Day Donaldson