A man cooks fresh butched pork ('chicharon') by the side of the road in Vieja Linda, a barrio of pot-holed streets in southern Havana
Men play chess in the shade by the side of the road in Vieja Linda, Havana. The chess board is balanced on their knees.
Caridad Guerrero is a devotee of Cuba's Afro-Cuban Yoruba faith. In her garden stands an image of Saint Lazarus, the healer God, Babalu-aye.
Caridad Guerrero with neighbors in Vieja Linda, Leancy Osorio Mora, 5, her brother Samuel and the children's mother, Gema Mora Ibanez, 33. Leancy is the god-daughter of Caridad's daughter, Regla, who emigrated to the United Styates this year. "When is the plasne coming fvor me," asks Leancy.
In Vieja Linda children play on rusty, broken swings in a park, as others race downhill in the street on “chivichanas” – homemade wooden skateboards.
This is the view from the front gate of Caridad Guerrero's home in Vieja Linda, Havana.
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