NPR's Anamaria Sayre explains the significance of the Cuban protest song, "Patria Y Vida."
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Published: 2021-07-24 07:40 am
Protesters Make 'Patria Y Vida' A Rallying Cry In Cuba
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NPR's Anamaria Sayre explains the significance of the Cuban protest song, "Patria Y Vida."

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