Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Hispanic Heritage Month: Red Cross Remembers

Written by Edgar Maldonado, staff contributor

The following is in honor of our Hispanic volunteers in celebration of Hispanic Month. After the failed Cuban invasion in 1962, the American Red Cross in a joined effort with the Cuban Red Cross, helped liberate Cuban prisoners. A hispanic recount explains how this event still speaks to many Hispanic Americans decades later.

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