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Cuban Refugees to USA

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Valentina Martinez

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Cuban Refugees to USA In Late 1950's and early 1960's. Valentina Martinez
APHG Type of migration Push & Pull Factors The important thing about the Cuban Refugees migration to USA is ... Intervening Obstacles Gravity Model Hello Cuba's President! Environmental Obstacles. *Atlantic Ocean. Cultural Obstacles *Different
Language Economic Obstacles *New money currency Cuba's Capital Hola Cuba! Cubans do not like Fidel Castro... Pushing people out of their country... Attitudes Toward Immigrant *Most Americans do not like migrants, because they take their jobs and resources.
*With refugees, people are more understandable, because they know the refugee's country's situation.
*Most Cubans stayed in Miami with their relatives. People MUST KNOW http://latinamericanstudies.org/exile/cubans.pdf
http://encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org/pages/356.html
http://www.cal.org/co/cubans/IMMI.HTM sOURCES that many Cubans had the opportunity to establish their families in a safe country, because Cuban's rights were being threatened by Fidel Castro's new government. International... Forced, because Cuban's rights were in danger. Environmental Economic *New jobs Cultural *Cultural Diversity
*special privileges *Improved communication and transportation system Pushing people out of their country Pulling people into a country Economic *Scarcity of crucially necessary goods like medicine. Cultural *Political instability Environmental *Risks of Tsunami (Island) Pull factors are the factors that motivate or encourage a person to migrate to another country, other than their native land Push factors are the reason why people with a certain nationality will leave a certain country or area in a country Cuban refugees to USA follows the Gravity Model, because most Cubans went to and stayed in Miami, which can be consider a center of economic act *Chain Migration: Cubans go to Miami with their relatives. Cubans have the highest life expectancy in Latin America and North America The Cubans refer to their island as ‘El Cocodrilo’ - viewed from above Cuba is said to resemble a crocodile. Baseball and dominos are national obsessions in Cuba The important thing about the Cuban Refugees migration to USA is that many Cubans had the opportunity to establish their families in a safe country, because Cuban's rights were being threatened by Fidel Castro's new government. MAP
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