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Cuban Americans Susan R. Rodgers University of Phoenix-Axia College
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Cuban immigrants have brought a bountiful culture to America. As each generation is born in America they are taught the language, religion, family responsibilities, political views of their culture, and they are told about what was left behind in Cuba. These Cuban Americans believe they do not need to stop using Spanish during the process of learning and becoming fluent in English. Also, they do not believe their children should forsake the Spanish language of their home country. Cuban Americans have shown that they can find the way to being bilingual and still be an American, even though some people do not think that is possible. Cuban Americans have strong familial ties. These ties are not only to the family here in America but also to the family left behind in Cuba. The young women of Cuban American families are expected to continue to live at home until they find a proper spouse. The young men are expected to find jobs to help to contribute to the family. Both are expected to get a good
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