Cuba in Transition: Impressions and Reflections

Curiosity about the US media’s transformation of Fidel Castro from hero in 1959 to villain in 1960 sparked an interest in the contradictory narratives about Cuba. A 2010 Havana choir festival provided the catalyst for a month-long, 10 city trip through Cuba, and for the author’s observations of Cuba and thoughts about possible directions for its evolution, fifty-plus years after the Revolution. More

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About Trip Kennedy

Raised in the US Northeast, Trip received degrees from Grinnell College, Iowa, and Queen’s University, Kingston. He has worked as a secondary school teacher, municipal councillor, adult educator, town manager, management consultant, negotiator, and public service manager.

Currently, Trip is pursuing a life-long interest in travel and travel writing while he continues to practice choral music and advise public agencies on project management and community development.

Trip lives with Susan, his wife of 45 years in Victoria, British Columbia.

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