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The Capitalist Manifesto series features stories told by real people from around the world who experienced socialist or communist regimes.
In this series, you will hear true stories from people like…
Nely Galan who witnessed first-hand the struggles her parents faced when they lost everything they had worked for when she and her family left communist Cuba. She describes the difficulties of having to be a translator, therapist, money-maker to her parents. In this episode, she revisits the pain of living under a communist regime and the aftermath on her family.
Nely Galán is self-made media mogul. She was the first Latina President of Entertainment for a U.S. television network, Telemundo, an Emmy Award-winning producer of over 700 television shows in English and Spanish, and the founder of The Adelante Movement to empower and train Latina and multicultural women entrepreneurs. Her entrepreneurship for women manifesto, SELF MADE, is a New York Times Best Selling book written in English, Spanish, and Mandarin. Galan has a masters and doctorate in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis on the psychology of money.
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