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Y Sin Embargo, Te Quiero (And Yet, I Love You)

Uprooted is proud to present the work of independent artist, Ian Deleon!

We are pleased to announce that Ian Deleon has submitted his work “Y Sin Embargo, Te Quiero” or “And Yet, I Love You” for inclusion in the Uprooted series. This work deals with the effects of the decades old economic embargo placed on Cuba by the United States. It symbolically examines the ways that this policy affects Cuban migrants living in the States as well as, the ways in which US foreign policies often times create the conditions that lead to migration.

Y Sin Embargo, Te Quiero (And Yet, I Love You) from ian deleon on Vimeo.

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