We're joined by staff & students from Mount St. Joseph University prior to their trip to Cuba
President Obama'?s call to end the Cuban embargo and allow freer access to the country by Americans continues to stir heated debate. But for years, U.S. citizens have been traveling to Cuba to explore its culture.
This afternoon, we talk with a group from Mount St. Joseph University who are heading to the island country for an educational and cultural trip. Joining us are Mount St. Joseph University associate professor and TEAM Multicultural Special Education Program director Dr. Clarissa Rosas; assistant professor of literacy education, Dr. Angela Kinney; and graduate students in the Multicultural Special Education program, Joanna Clippinger and Natalie Robinson.