Posters dating from 1967 to 1982 by the anti-communist student organization Agrupación Abdala.
Videos, outlines, and selected transcripts of oral history interviews conducted principally with members of the first generations of Cubans to leave the island after the Cuban Revolution.
Interviews with South Florida residents about public spaces, covering topics such as migration, gentrification, class, ethnicity, and community services.
The Caribbean Diaspora Oral History Collection documents and makes accessible the contributions of people of Caribbean ancestry who share stories of migration to the United States and the challenges inherent in such displacements.
Video recordings of the Caribbean Writers Summer Institute, hosted by the University of Miami English Department for five weeks each summer from 1991 through 1996.
Over 5,000 photographs from the 19th to the 21st centuries, covering a wide range of topics about Cuba and the Cuban diaspora.
Selected photographs and newsletters from the 1960s and 70s published by the Cuban Refugee Program, a federal program that provided education, medical, employment, and relocation services to Cuban refugees. Photographs primarily depict refugee families and service activities coordinated by the Program.
Speeches, writings, and photographs that document Polita Grau's (1915-2000) 13 years as a political prisoner in Cuba and her activities in exile on behalf of political prisoners.
Videos and outlines of oral history interviews conducted with musicians, artists, and writers of Haitian ancestry.
Black and white photographs of the Mayhew and McAbee families during their time living in the American colony of La Gloria in the province of Camagüey, Cuba from 1901 to 1952.
Pamphlets, fliers and newsletters by The Truth About Cuba Committee, Inc. (TACC), a non-profit organization established by Cuban exiles in Miami in 1961 to disseminate information about communist Cuba and its role in promoting communism throughout Latin America.