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Raymond Almeida, 66, advocate for Cape Verdeans

RAYMOND ALMEIDA RAYMOND ALMEIDA
By Melody N. Wright
Globe Correspondent / February 16, 2010

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Having dedicated much of his life to sharing the culture of Cape Verde with America, Raymond Almeida became a force in Boston and Washington, D.C., serving as lobbyist, legislator, and curator in his advocacy for the African island nation. (Full article: 656 words)

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