Seagull One: The Amazing True Story of Brothers to the Rescue is the never-before-told story about the humanitarian organization that saves 4,200 Cuban rafters from death in the Florida Straits. Nineteen nationalities of men and women create unity in multi-cultural Miami when they fly in rickety Cessnas to save the lives of people they will seldom, if ever, meet. And they do it between day jobs and carpool, to prove once again that we are our brothers' keeper. Read More
Lily Prellezo interviews over one hundred people associated with Brothers to the Rescue to weave together the riveting true account of these everyday heroes.
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José Basulto is one of the most recognized Cuban exile figures in the world. He fought in the Bay of Pigs invasion of 1961.
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- 09.12.2011 - A Matriarch of Brothers to the Rescue Has Died
- 09.06.2011 - Jean\'s Friends Book Club
- 07.12.2011 - GRAND Magazine
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