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General view of the El Barretal shelter, where some 2,000 Central American citizens of the migrant caravan were relocated, in the city of Tijuana (Mexico). EFE/Alonso Rochín

Thousands of immigrants reached the final point of their trek to enter the United States - a closed border and an intransigent U.S. administration has them asking themselves, ‘now what?’

Nestor Armando Gil: 'Cubans alone, we are nothing. We have to act like a swarm”

 06/14/2018 - 03:13
Nestor Armando Gil has lived in Florida, North Carolina, Maine, and most recently Pennsylvania, where he teaches studio art at Lafayette College in Easton, PA. Photo: PAFA/Nestor Armando Gil

AL DÍA News spoke with Nestor Armando Gil, a Cuban-American artist who explores Latino cultural heritage through his installations and performances. His work will be exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) in Philadelphia beginning June 30.

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