In this episode, I talk about Coffee Plantations and a self-sustaining village. The historic Cuban woman I discuss is Marta Frayde Barraque.
This is the first installment of the Cuba series.
I visited Cuba in 2016 and want to share the stories with you. You can read about some it on my blog, click here. Or you can listen to some stories here. For the women’s history, I’ve included information about Pilar Jorge de Tilla, a leading suffragist in 1920s and 30s Cuba.
Want to see more pics from Cuba? Check out my Cuba gallery.