Obama's Cuba Policy: An End to the Embargo? What does this really mean?
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Join renowned international Cuban-American law attorney José Pertierra to discuss Obama’s opening relations with Cuba. In addition to representing many Latino immigrants in Washington DC for the past four decades, Mr. Pertierra represented: Juan Miguel González in his battle to return to Cuba with his 7 year old son, Elián; Jennifer Harbury in the case of her husband Efraín Bámaca Velásquez--a Guatemalan guerrilla comandante who was disappeared in 1992, and found to be captured, tortured and killed by a paid CIA source. Mr. Pertierra was awarded the American Immigration Lawyers Association´s (AILA) National Human Rights Award in 1996, and the Hispanic Democratic Club of Maryland´s Law and Justice Award in 1999. AILA further recognized him in 2001 with a special commendation for his work on behalf of undocumented immigrants. And in 2011, the Union of Journalists in Cuba gave Mr. Pertierra the Félix Elmuza Distinction for a series of articles written about the trial of Posada Carriles FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC