As part of the digital exhibition, The Abyss of the Ocean: Cuban Women Photographers, Migrations, and the Question of Race, this special Curators in Conversation public program brings together art critics and curators Suset Sánchez and Yanelys Núñez Leyva to discuss a history of institutional and independent exhibitions that address the problem of race and racism in Cuba. Guided by discussions on curatorial activism, Sánchez will share her research on the curatorial project Queloides (Keloids) while Núñez Leyva will present her experiences organizing the #00Biennial. Both authors will discuss the main challenges that Cuban curators face within the current socio-political landscape and the use of social media as a space for civil imagination. The conversation will be moderated by Aldeide Delgado, Guest Curator of The Abyss of the Ocean: Cuban Women Photographers, Migrations, and the Question of Race. Jasmine Chavez Helm, CCCADI Curatorial Fellow will serve as the Respondent and CCCADI Curator-at-Large Grace Aneiza Ali will offer Introductions.