The year was 1961, and young Stephen Zack was terrified.

At 13, he had been waiting with his mother and siblings to board a flight from Havana to Miami when Cuban officials called out his name from a gray metal binder. He was berated, searched and locked overnight in a dark, windowless room, wondering if he would ever see his family again.

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