- How Cuba's Mariel Boatlift Divided and United One Family
- Juanito was my mother's cousin who, like thousands of other Cubans, arrived to the U.S during the 1980 Mariel Boatlift.
- The first lady who looked away: Nancy and the Reagans' troubling Aids legacy
- The order's core mission is community service, and its first fundraiser was a 1980 bash in support of refugees from Fidel Castro's Mariel boatlift. “Cuban refugee bingo was our first big event,” said Bunch.
- Poll: Should Marco Rubio drop out of GOP race
- Trader Joe. He should have never ENTERED the race. Flush the mouth, Rubio!
- Diplomacy, election could decide fate of 28400 Cuban felons facing deportation
- There has been only one exception to the no-deportation rule, in the aftermath of the 1980 Mariel boat-lift. The Cuban government had sent several thousand criminals and patients from mental institutions to Florida as part of an exodus of 125,000 Cuban ...
- Social media helps drive Cuban exodus
- With thousands more taking rafts across the Florida Straits, 2015 witnessed the biggest outflow of Cubans since the 1980 Mariel boatlift that hauled 125,000 people across the Florida Straits.
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