The Miami-born Gorordo is executive director of Roots of Hope, a nonprofit group known in Spanish as Raices de Esperanza.
What does RDE stand for?
RDE stands for Raices de Esperanza (Spanish: Roots of Hope)
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- Réception et Décompte des Etudes (French: Receive and Count Studies)
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- Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie (French journals index)
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Unlike Cuban-American student group Raices de Esperanza, which has held celebrity-studded marches in Miami, New York and Los Angeles, the ICDC hasn't conducted similar protests over the death of dissident Orlando Zapata earlier this year, or over Cuba's harassment of Ladies in White protesters.
Raices de Esperanza (Roots of Hope), a Cuban-American nonpartisan youth group headed by 26-year-old Georgetown University graduate Felice Gorordo, is not only in favor of the event but has promoted it on Facebook.