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In Cuba, Growing Numbers Of Bloggers Manage To Operate In A Vulnerable Gray Area July 2, 20178:26 AM ET CARRIE KAHN In recent years, a growing number of news and political websites have popped up in Cuba. Some are taking advantage of what they say has been a small but vibrant opening afforded them since […] Continue reading
Cuba, resistencia y activismo. Tres rostros en el límite Difundir los rostros de la oposición cubana es un deber Sábado, junio 3, 2017 | Miguel Iturria Savón VALENCIA, España.- Cuba, aquella isla que transitó de la libertad a la dictadura, apenas genera titulares en los medios de prensa internacionales. Hasta los mercaderes de utopías fallidas […] Continue reading
Canal Caribe, el ‘nuevo periodismo’ del Gobierno cubano Un intento por atraer al público joven, cada vez más alejado del dogma oficialista Martes, abril 25, 2017 | CubaNet MIAMI, Estados Unidos.- Nuevos gráficos, música drum & bass y jóvenes presentadores. Al menos en su presentación, el último canal de televisión estatal de Cuba es una […] Continue reading
Tania Bruguera: Cuban artist fights for free expression How the internationally renowned dissident artist turned a performance piece into a fight for freedom of expression. by Carlos Manuel Alvarez Carlos Manuel Alvarez is a Cuban journalist. Havana, Cuba – It is December 17, 2014 and the Cuban artist Tania Bruguera is at Pope Francis’ weekly […] Continue reading
Prison, death, exile: Outcomes of peaceful opposition to a communist Cuba BY JUAN O. TAMAYO AND NORA GAMEZ TORRES ngameztorres@elnuevoherald.com There are 44 years of dissidence between Cuban human rights activist Elizardo Sánchez and street protester Sara Martha Fonseca, four and a half decades of peaceful opposition to a communist system that jails people for […] Continue reading
In Cuba, online media pry open state grip on news October 27, 2016 Havana (AFP) – Abraham, Elaine and Jose are under 30, and they’ve pulled off the unthinkable in Cuba — they are producing online news, prying open the state’s half-century grip on the media. The Castro government created a crack in the Cuban […] Continue reading
If you want to start a revolution in Cuba, don’t do it via text WRITTEN BY Ana Campoy September 07, 2016 Cuba has been relying on Chinese technology to build up its telecommunications network. Now it appears to have also adopted the Asian giant’s censorship techniques, according to dissident reports. An analysis by 14 y […] Continue reading
Cuba government filtering mobile text messages, dissidents say September 5, 2016 By Marc Frank HAVANA (Reuters) – Cuba’s Communist government is filtering mobile phone text messages for key words such as “democracy” and “human rights” and then blocking them, dissidents said on Monday. An investigative report by blogger Yoani Sanchez and journalist Reinaldo Escobar concluded […] Continue reading
The War Against Subcultures on the ‘Reflejos’ Platform MARÍA MATIENZO PUERTO | La Habana | 22 de Junio de 2016 – 8:59 pm. Several blogs installed on the Reflejosplatform, in the cubava.cu domain, have been censored, either because they do not comply with its absurd and incomprehensible “Terms of Use”, or because connectivity levels are […] Continue reading
Intoxicación por plomo en comunidades suburbanas en La Habana En la posible contaminación o envenenamiento por plomo en estas comunidades ha habido y aún hay un comportamiento irresponsable y reprobable de las autoridades del régimen Eloy A. González, Fort Worth | 08/06/2016 4:00 pm El 25 de abril del presente año una nota informativa en […] Continue reading
Yoani Sanchez on Castro and Obama’s Key Moment April 1, 2016 By Carlos F. Chamorro HAVANA TIMES – In defining the key moment of President Barack Obama’s visit to Cuba, journalist and blogger Yoani Sanchez, who directs the site known as 14yMedio, doesn’t hesitate in naming the live press conference when – to the general […] Continue reading
LETTER TO OBAMA: MAKE FREEDOM OF THE PRESS AND ACCESS TO INFORMATION PRIORITIES IN CUBA PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY 18 MARCH 2016. Next week, President Barack Obama will visit Cuba, the first sitting President of the United States to do so since 1928. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has written an open letter to President Obama asking […] Continue reading
Miami fellowships for Cuban journalists announced by Knight Foundation The $110,000 program is a collaboration with the International Center for Journalists Five participants will be chosen from the Cuban independent digital newspaper 14ymedio The journalists will spend a year learning about multimedia storytelling and report the rapidly-changing relations between the U.S. and Cuba BY RENE […] Continue reading
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