Armando Vilaseca

Vermont Department of Education (former)

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Former Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Education; native of Cuba, he has served as a government liaison to introduce Cubans to Vermont agricultural products

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President Obama made a  historic speech  direct to the Cuban people today, peppered with Spanish phrases.

Obama "Buries the Cold War" in Cuba

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For the first time since 2006, American officials met yesterday with Fidel Castro in Cuba.  Members of the Congressional Black Caucus visited what they described as Castro’s “modest”…

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For the first time since 2006, American officials met yesterday with Fidel Castro in Cuba. Members of the Congressional Black Caucus reported that he was healthy and talkative as ever.

Barack Obama and Fidel Castro's Cuba

For the first time since 2006, American officials met yesterday with Fidel Castro in Cuba. Members of the Congressional Black Caucus reported that he was healthy and talkative as ever.

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