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If Trump Ends Our Remittances? / Iván García Ivan Garcia, 8 July 2017 — Without too much caution, the CUPET tanker truck painted green and white begins to deposit fuel in the underground basement of a gas station located at the intersection of Calle San Miguel and Mayía Rodríguez, just in front of Villa Marista, […] Continue reading
You bring out the Cuban in me, Randy! BY FABIOLA SANTIAGO Dear Randy, What a sweet name for such a nasty character. For me, it conjures the infectious loud laugh of a football player I knew in high school, a friend during a time when I was still privately heartsick over losing country and […] Continue reading
Fabiola Santiago: Some new immigrants from Cuba need a second look BY FABIOLA SANTIAGO Cuban immigration is stirring up a hornet’s nest of concern, with good reason. Are some of the Cuban newcomers victims fleeing oppression and economic hardship — or two-faced opportunists seeking to cash in on generous U.S. government benefits available only […] Continue reading
Cuba: A Bill to Penalize Acts of Repudiation / Juan Juan Almeida Posted on May 1, 2015 To guarantee the prevalence of solidarity and respect, a bill is urgently needed that would penalize acts of repudiation, and hold their perpetrators and accomplices criminally responsible. Help me to promote this bill. A Bill to Penalize Acts […] Continue reading
El Crítico: Music as a subversive instrument in Cuba 02/06/2015 2:38 PM 02/06/2015 10:08 PM HAVANA During his years behind bars, Angel Yunier Remón Arzuaga staged a 27-day hunger strike and refused to wear the prison uniform. Now, as the rapper known as “El Critico” returns to his music, he plans to do so with […] Continue reading
Posted on Tuesday, 03.19.13 Fabiola Santiago: Disruption of Yoani speech in New York carries echoes of Cuba By Fabiola Santiago NEW YORK — What do you know? I came to the hip "capital of the world" to attend an unprecedented conference on digital media in Cuba — and ended up witnessing an American-style version [...] Continue reading

The New Challenge to Repressive Cuba
by Daniel Wilkinson
Published in:
The New York Review of Books
August 19, 2010

For decades, the Castro government has been very effective in repressing
dissent in Cuba by, among other things, preventing its critics from
publishing or broadcasting their views on the island. Yet in recent
years the blogosphere… Continue reading


Media Briefing

AI Index: AMR 25/003/2007 (Public)
News Service No: 018
29 January 2007

Cuba: Amnesty International's human rights concerns
For the past 40 years, Amnesty International (AI) has campaigned against
human rights violations committed by the Cuban government, in
particular, the imprisonment of political dissidents and journalists as
a result of severe restrictions… Continue reading


Country Reports on Human Rights Practices – 2005
Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor
March 8, 2006

Cuba, with a population of 11 million, is a totalitarian state led by a
president, Fidel Castro, whose regime controls all aspects of life
through the Communist Party (CP) and its affiliated mass organizations,… Continue reading

Blind Activist And President of the Cuban Foundation for Human Rights Is
Being Seriously Threatened


February 21, 2006.

Juan Carlos González Leiva, a blind Cuban lawyer and civic activist;
president of the Cuban Foundation for Human Rights, today denounced from
his home in the city of Ciego de Avila, that almost every day Cuban
State… Continue reading

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