Natalia Martinez

Roots of Hope

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Chief innovation and technology officer for Roots of Hope, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization helping students and young professionals in Cuba

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Next week, the Presidents of the US and Cuba will meet for the first time since Fidel Castro's revolution of 1959.

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Next week, the Presidents of the US and Cuba will meet for the first time since Fidel Castro's revolution of 1959.

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