Column: Why Castro was so deeply loved by some, and hated by others

“In this country, our understandings of heroism have always been informed by an ugly past of racial prejudice and discrimination.” Fidel Castro’s death saw the Cuban revolutionary re-enter the U.S. imaginary as a villain, a communist dictator opposed to core U.S. values and ethics. A significant number of mostly-white Cubans in Miami and elsewhere throughout the United States celebrated his death as the end of ideologies that they believe obstructed democracy and freedom on the island...

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