A U.S. women's delegation including Tatman Ryder Savio, a Washington, D.C. lawyer, from left, former democratic Rep. Jane Harman, wearing sunglasses, and Sarah Stephens, director of the Center for Democracy arrive at the Cuban National Center for Sex Education in Havana, Cuba, Monday, June 6, 2011. A group of U.S. women leaders met with Cuba's President Raul Castro's daughter's, Mariela Castro, for an exchange of ideas on topics including gender, reproductive health and gay rights. The trip was organized by the Center for Democracy in the Americas, which studies U.S. policy toward countries in the region. Woman on right is unidentified. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)

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A U.S. women's delegation including Tatman Ryder Savio, a Washington, D.C. lawyer, from left, former democratic Rep. Jane Harman, wearing sunglasses, and Sarah Stephens, director of the Center for Democracy arrive at the Cuban National Center for Sex Education in Havana, Cuba, Monday, June 6, 2011. A group of U.S. women leaders met with Cuba's President Raul Castro's daughter's, Mariela Castro, for an exchange of ideas on topics including gender, reproductive health and gay rights. The trip was organized by the Center for Democracy in the Americas, which studies U.S. policy toward countries in the region. Woman on right is unidentified. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)
A U.S. women's delegation including Tatman Ryder Savio, a Washington, D.C. lawyer, from left, former democratic Rep. Jane Harman, wearing sunglasses, and Sarah Stephens, director of the Center for Democracy arrive at the Cuban National Center for Sex Education in Havana, Cuba, Monday, June 6, 2011. A group of U.S. women leaders met with Cuba's President Raul Castro's daughter's, Mariela Castro, for an exchange of ideas on topics including gender, reproductive health and gay rights. The trip was organized by the Center for Democracy in the Americas, which studies U.S. policy toward countries in the region. Woman on right is unidentified.
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