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Michael A. L. Broyles

In this mixture of memoir, reflection, and scholarship, the author details how, during a time of suffering, James Baldwin and singer Celia Cruz helped him understand his tense relationship with his toxic paternal grandparents and celebrate the reclamation of his stifled Mexican heritage.

James Baldwin Review
An interview with Leslie Ureña
Bénédicte Miyamoto
Marie Ruiz

our stories here at the National Portrait Gallery. We refer to the person’s movement, factually – the career was carried out in that location; they migrated from here to there, settled in X, Y, and Z place. It is natural that there is this movement. Sometimes the movement is very much part of the story, for example with the portraits of Celia Cruz and other Cuban artists by Alexis Rodríguez-Duarte and Humberto ‘Tico’ Torres that are part of a project called Cuba out of Cuba , 1 and are represented in our permanent collection. In that case, the story of exile is

in Art and migration