Since the citizens’ initiative to march peacefully on November 20th was made public, expectations have been growing. In the streets…
This new law criminalizes the spread of fake news, and the publication of offensive messages or slander that attacks “national prestige”.
The atmosphere remains tense. It’s impossible to fully understand without listening to the testimonies of the victims of the repression.
It’s absurd to deny that this was a social explosion, that people weren’t only tired of medicine or food shortages.
There’s nothing more positive than what can help you survive; however, bikes are also seen by many Cubans as a sign of backwardness & hardship
“I think about the moral poverty of the government who cornered Luis Manuel and pushed him to his limit. Now they’re keeping him isolated…”
People saw the mattress a mile away. It didn’t only stand out for its blue lining. It’s strange for somebody to throw out a good mattress.
Cuban TV dedicates primetime spaces to attack San Isidro Movement members, & the young people who went to the Ministry of Culture on Nov. 27th
How can it be? Because Cuba has become a country of excesses. And poetry has turned out to be a very serious matter.
It isn’t easy to take photos in Alamar, trust me. You really have to be passionate, and emotionally ready to face the ups and downs…