Below I've listed individuals who
have helped me with this website. These are people who have made
suggestions, sent in material, provided guidance, or have otherwise
helped us. I thank all of them.
Margolis is a man of many talents: writer, photographer,
activist, adventurer... Paul introduced me to this topic through
his writing, and has provided "interesting" background information.
Blevins, artist extraordinaire, sells his paintings for
thousands of dollars. Thanks for the artistic advice.
Dr. Robert M. Levine has
been kind in his suggestions, leading me to new areas to include,
and providing excellent background information. (Subliminal
suggestion: Read his book.)
and Evan Garelle, explorers and poets, have brought
the world of the Jews of Cuba closer.
Elkin has provided enough reference material to get
a couple of doctorates.
Stanley Kossof may
get a computer someday. In the meantime, he gets the job done.
Hey, Stanley, Circuit City is having a sale this week!
And to everyone on
Roberto, Mona, Juan, Miguel, Lourdes, Miriam, Larry, Walter,
GoLo, Vivian..... Oi, who am I leaving out? Thanks to all of
you for taking time out from the battles on SCC to offer advice
And gracias to Pedro
Martori, who submitted an article on SCC almost two years ago
entitled "The Cuban Children," which I saved, and which has
Diaz, gentleman, scholar, poet, webguru, nurturer,
activist, and visionary, I thank you for the many ways you have
In Israel, Maxine
and Joan, todah rabah. What's for dinner?
Fred Weiner, thanks
for the photos and the NYPD security clearance. Keep your cameras
For Cubanet and
Omar Galloso, thanks for the use of your material.
Moises Asis in
Miami, I appreciate the contacts and the addresses of Havana
Bonnie Burt in
Berkeley, your materials on your three movies are revealing
and touching. Keep up the good work.
Ira Miller, webmaster of Miami's Temple
Beth Am's superb website, thanks for your ideas on
design and structure.
Achy Obejas, a cultural critic with the
Chicago Tribune, and the author of Memory
Mambo and We Came all
the Way from Cuba so You Could Dress Like This?,
thanks for the background information on Cuba's cultural scene
and the Jewish presence there.
Larry Daley, scholar and warrior, your recounting
of events during the revolution should be read by
anyone interested in Cuban reality.
Sunita Etwaroo Hines,
friend and co-worker, thanks for leading me into these labyrinths
Safran, thanks for your honesty and guidance.
Your compassion inspires me.
Delvis Fernandez, welcome to our part of the world, and
I look forward to working with you.
Eitan and Richard both offer our great thanks
who has helped create order out of chaos.
As this site evolves, we will no doubt
be getting help from more people, and will thank them here.
If we've left you out, please let me know.