Loyola is part of program that aims to end 1-party rule.
By Gary Marx. Tribune foreign correspondent. February 13, 2005.
HAVANA -- In a move likely to further aggravate tensions between Cuba and the United States, the U.S. government is offering millions of dollars to American universities and other groups under a program aimed at ending Cuba's one-party rule.= Many schools traditionally have avoided the political battle between Washington and Havana. But that is beginning to change.
Chicago's Loyola University last fall became one of several universities to accept such a grant, $425,000, which university officials say will be used to continue a program that teaches English to adults in a poor Havana neighborhood...