Alina Fernandez, the daughter of former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, will give a speech at the University of Tennessee Tuesday.
Fernandez will relive her first-person account of growing up in Cuba, the many changes affecting the country today and in the future.
She is a witness with a unique vision, not only of her father and how the country changed after the revolution, but of Cuba’s rapidly-changing climate right now and tremendous potential for a better life in Cuba for everyone.
The event will take place Tuesday night in the Student Union Auditorium on UT’s campus. It’s set to begin at 7 p.m. and is free and open to the public.