Monument to the Rebel Slave, Matanzas, Cuba – Photo of the Day

Monument to the Rebel Slave, Matanzas, Cuba. By William Q. Ross (USA). Camera: iPhone X

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2 thoughts on “Monument to the Rebel Slave, Matanzas, Cuba – Photo of the Day

  • July 30, 2020 at 1:31 pm

    For once, I agree with Manuel Gutierrez. The legacy of slavery is still pronounced in many countries and for innocent tourists visiting Cuba, they should be made aware that it lurks deep in the Castro administration.

    Sycophants may respond by citing as examples of “equality” the First Vice President and the Chairman of Poder Popular, they are the token blacks. When did anyone last hear the First Vice President say anything – even in a two hour long TV program with the President, Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister – all of whom spoke at length all three being white, and he saying not a word!

  • July 30, 2020 at 7:58 am

    The legacy of slavery is alive and well.

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