A Cuban American Whose Life And Family Was Changed By Fidel Castro

Fidel Castro exhales cigar smoke during a March 1985 interview at his presidential palace in Havana. Ailing leader Fidel Castro resigned as Cuba's president early Tuesday Feb . 19, 2008, saying in a letter published in official online media that he would not accept a new term when the newly elected parliament meets on Sunday.
Fidel Castro exhales cigar smoke during a March 1985 interview at his presidential palace in Havana. Charles Tasnadi / AP Photo
Fidel Castro exhales cigar smoke during a March 1985 interview at his presidential palace in Havana. Ailing leader Fidel Castro resigned as Cuba's president early Tuesday Feb . 19, 2008, saying in a letter published in official online media that he would not accept a new term when the newly elected parliament meets on Sunday.
Fidel Castro exhales cigar smoke during a March 1985 interview at his presidential palace in Havana. Charles Tasnadi / AP Photo

A Cuban American Whose Life And Family Was Changed By Fidel Castro

When he was 6 years old, Alberto Coll watched his father get arrested for opposing Fidel Castro and the Cuban regime. 

Now, Coll is a professor of law at DePaul University, and director of the Latin American and European Legal Studies program. He joins us to talk about what Castro’s death means for him, for Cuban Americans and the future of the country.