Who is he? I asked, in a fit of laughter after what I had just watched. “Javier Marimon,” she told me.
Lynn Cruz writes about the film “Nostalgia” which we post below for viewing.
After holding a hunger strike for five days outside the UN Human Rights Council, Ariel teaches us just how far one person can go in the fight for their rights.
For several days, Cuban artists and activists launched a call for a public protest through social networks. The government mobilized its security forces.
Floyd was killed by racist police; Portal lost vision in one eye after a beating in prison, he suffers political discrimination.
Last Sunday, the photo on writer and dissident Orlando Luis Pardo’s ID card was used on the Cuban police series, “Tras la huella”.
I’d like to talk about the concept of “citizen”, today. According to the Greeks, you couldn’t be a citizen without being politicial.
Communism and Religion are opposites. They both have ideology at their heart, so they are incompatible.
It’s upsetting to see how many Cubans support Trump’s suffocating policy. Cubans abroad looking at us with the same ice-cold stare the US gov. does.
Cubans might talk about international politics fluently and in a detached manner, but when it comes for us to analyze our own conflict…