Friday, August 8, 2008

Boxing for Cuba

Guillermo "Bill" Vidal was 10 years old when he and his two brothers left Cuba in 1961 through Operation Pedro Pan. After four years in an orphanage in Boulder, Colorado, Vidal and his brothers were reunited with their parents and settled in Littleton. Today, Vidal serves as vice mayor and manager of public works in Denver.

Vidal recounts his family's experiences in Cuba and exile in his new book, Boxing for Cuba (Ghost Road Press).

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