Marley Pulido is a Cuban born historian, community organizer and archivist. Marley grew up in El Cerro, Havana, a historically Black, poor and working class neighborhood where his family has lived in for over seven generations. He graduated from the school of History at the University of Havana. After migrating to the U.S., Marley became involved in social movements and community activism, focusing on issues affecting migrants and refugees and Black working people. In 2019, Marley founded Historia Negra de Cuba, a multilingual digital archive and multimedia creative community curating documents, videos, audios and images to preserve and honor the Black Cuban historical memory of the island and the diaspora.