The atmosphere remains tense. It’s impossible to fully understand without listening to the testimonies of the victims of the repression.
Spurred by recent events in Cuba, a group of Cubans without ties to government politics or opposition organizations are creating a proposal.
It’s impossible to forget: “There has been so much injustice, that I wouldn’t be able to write it all down in this diary post.”
Seeing people rejoice on the streets and on social media was an unforgettable experience, because of their civil awakening.
On a conceptual level, the democratic socialist tradition situates the issue of freedom as a central value.
It’s been a month and a half since I had my appointment on my appeal for political asylum in Norway. I’m still waiting for an answer.
It was approximately 2 PM on July 11th. I was in the fields, suffering one of those regular blackouts when my phone rang.
It’s absurd to deny that this was a social explosion, that people weren’t only tired of medicine or food shortages.
People had no time to react or think about repression or subsequent reprisals of power that crushes the individual detained with no rights.
I’ve been closely following events in Cuba, including its widespread shortages, which became a catalyst for a social protest…