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In this post, students will learn about Celia Cruz's life, music, and impact on Caribbean and Latino immigrants in America In a career that spanned six decades and took her from Cuba to the United States, Cruz became known around the world for her piercing and powerful voice and larger-than-life personality and stage costumes. Written by Melinda Machado, Director of the Office of Public Affairs, this post is published on the Museum's "O Say Can You See?" blog.
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