Cuban Women’s Club
Founded in 1968 by a group of Cuban woman exiles, the Cuban Women’s club serves as a community and social resource.
Created by a group of over five Cuban women, the Cuban Women’s Club aimed to provide women with the necessary tools to assimilate themselves into American society, while having the chance to meet other women, network, and engage in community and local activities and programs. In addition to assisting local women, the group maintains its original goal of educating the public about the current situation in Cuba, all while promoting their love and desire of liberation for their homeland. Throughout the Miami-Dade area, the Cuban Women’s Club sponsors numerous Spanish-language competitions, forums and debates on contemporary issues, and funds grant scholarships to multiple deserving students across Miami-Dade College and Florida International University.