Traveling in eastern Cuba four days after Fidel Castro’s death provided Michael with an historic opportunity to witness the funeral procession carrying Fidel’s remains to Santiago de Cuba and attend a rally in Revolution Square. »Read more and see Michael's expanded Cuba portfolio...
Since 1968, Michael Hyatt's work has ranged from street photography in Boston, Los Angeles, Mexico, Canada, Ireland, Australia and Cuba to documenting the performances and backstage activities of prominent punk rock and roots rock bands in Los Angeles from 1980 to 1986. After moving to Arizona in late 1986, his camerawork focused on a variety of subjects including humanitarian efforts in the U.S./Mexico borderlands that produced the award winning book Migrant Artifacts.
UFW Prop 14 Campaign 1976
Prior to the revolution most Cubans were illiterate and lacked basic health care options. Batista's repressive dictatorship favored American corporations and Mafia owned casinos...
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