Havana's LGBTQ Pride Parade Spotlights Employment Discrimination

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By Orlando Matos

The 9th annual pride parade in Havana, Cuba took place on Saturday, May 14. Created and spearheaded by Mariela Castro Espín, Raúl Castro’s daughter, it aims to put an end to gender discrimination in the workplace.

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