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Below is a photo from a book, The Wrinkles of the City, of this mural erected 2012.
The woman is Leda Antonia Machado. Her mother was Cuban, her father was Chinese. “Displayed on the wall, like that, I’m still good for something. Because if I were completely ruined, you wouldn’t have taken my portrait."
I searched for it in Havana, and found these remnants. Most of the building is gone, but the woman is still standing, proud and strong, like the Cuban people who have endured so much.