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Cuba Must End “Apartheid Against Its Citizens” / Oscar Arias, Laura Chinchilla The undersigned, Latin Americans and diverse in our allegiances, professions and interests, but united by a common aspiration for freedom, democracy, equality and well-being throughout the hemisphere, address our fellow citizens and governments, especially those in Cuba, to express the following: We celebrate […] Continue reading
Distribute and Act on to Save the Live of El Sexto / Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo Posted on September 26, 2015 Danilo Maldonado Machado, also known as “El Sexto” (The Sixth) is a graffiti artist in Cuba, imprisoned since December 25, 2014 for attempting to perform an artistic action in a public space. Danilo has […] Continue reading
Laritza Diversent: The Pending Emigration Law Should Make No Distinctions Because of Citizens' Political Views #Cuba Laritza Diversent, Translator: Unstated Readers' interview from Diaro de Cuba The attorney and independent blogger, Laritza Diversent, responds to questions by readers of Diaro de Cuba regarding emigration reform. Ricardo E. Trelles: In your professional life you have to […] Continue reading
06-04-2012 Human Rights Still Suffer In Cuba Citizens are harassed and intimidated to keep them from speaking out on the island nation's political conditions. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has sent Congress the Department's assessment of human rights around the world during 2011. The reports, required by law, evaluate the human rights performance of […] Continue reading
Appeal Against Censorship in CubaMarch 4, 2012Armando Chaguaceda HAVANA TIMES, March 4 — More and more virtual and real networks are bringing together various voices into dialogue around issues that affect the lives of Cubans on and off the island. Slowly, overcoming mistrust and objective differences in ideology and identity, citizens of the island and [...] Continue reading

Cuba: changes? What changes?01May09 – 13:44

Ena Lucia PortelaThe Obama regime may be reaching out to Raúl Castro,but it is unlikely any real reform will emerge for ordinary Cubans, writesEna Lucía Portela

The recent surprise dismissals of a number of… Continue reading

Cuba under Raúl Castro: 25 Reasons to be Hopeful

In February 2008, longtime Cuban president Fidel Castro transferred power to his younger brother Raúl, sparking a worldwide dialogue among political scientists, policy makers, journalists, scholars, and ordinary citizens regarding the… Continue reading

Cuba second only to China in number of jailed journalists

Paris.– Cuba remained in 2005 the Latin American nation where news-gatherers have most to fear from the state, holding onto the dubious distinction of being “the world’s second-largest prison for… Continue reading


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

Cuba, with a population of 11 million, is a totalitarian state led by a president, Fidel Castro, whose regime controls… Continue reading