Spurred by recent events in Cuba, a group of Cubans without ties to government politics or opposition organizations are creating a proposal.
Seeing people rejoice on the streets and on social media was an unforgettable experience, because of their civil awakening.
People had no time to react or think about repression or subsequent reprisals of power that crushes the individual detained with no rights.
A few days ago, my nephew Enrique had an emergency operation at the Mayari hospital because of an appendicitis.
I needed a shed for tools and supplies because it isn’t convenient to keep them at home. Read what I came up against seeking permission…
When I think about BANDEC (Cuba’s Credit and Commerce Bank), the first adjective that comes to mind is “hurdles”.
When the shortages got worse last year, and rice started to go missing I realized that I had to expand my root vegetable and banana crops
If there is one thing that we Cubans can all agree on, it’s the need for change. Differences begin when specifying what kind of change.
Cuban agriculture has been in crisis for decades now, but it’s a lot more visible today because of more drastic consequences.
It’s as if there were two Cubas: the one on the street and the Cuba presented in official discourse, the one contemplated at the Congress.