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Posted on Sat, May. 06, 2006

VERBATIMIn Cuba, journalists jailed for reporting

INTER AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION

These are excerpts from a message released by the Inter American Press Association on Wednesday, World Press Freedom Day.

Today, the Inter American Press… Continue reading

02 May 2006Inter-American Body Denounces Rights Policies of Venezuela, Cuba

New report by Organization of American States details human rights abuses

By Eric GreenWashington File Staff Writer

Washington — The Organization of American States (OAS) is expressing concern about 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

2006 Annual report | 3.05.2006World Press Freedom Day: Our annual survey and new list of predators

Few years have started off as badly for Reporters Without Borders as 2005. On 5 January, we were horrified to learn of the kidnapping… Continue reading

Latvians Bring Cuba Oppression to IFLA!

Great news on the IFLA front: the Latvian Library Association passed the following resolution about Cuba, which pretty much insures that it will finally be officially addressed at the next IFLA meeting. The only… Continue reading

US Press Group Says Fear, Intimidation Silencing Some Latin American MediaBy Margaret BesheerWashington14 February 2006

A report from a U.S.-based press freedom group says self-censorship is growing among journalists in parts of Latin America. Threats and intimidation are silencing many… Continue reading

Talking Point

The shameful silence on Cuba by America’s librarians

By Andrei Codrescu

I was born in a place where people were forbidden to read most of what we consider the fundamental books of Western civilization. Being found in possession… Continue reading

ALA convention shocker: Keynote speaker Codrescu slams Cuba policy scandalSAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, January 22, 2006 (Andrei Codrescu) – Here are excerptsfrom Andrei Codrescu’s electrifying keynote speech, “The Make It or Break ItCentury,” presented at the ALA’s Midwinter 2006 conference:

Thank… Continue reading

Posted on Sun, Jan. 15, 2006

BOOKSCrime (stories) growing in Cuba

By ENRIQUE FERNANDEZefernandez@MiamiHerald.com

In Cuba, the specter of state censorship haunts literature, creating ”self-censorship” because writers don’t want to test the limits of expression. There’s one notable exception:… Continue reading

Castro’s Library Pass, Part IVBy Walter SkoldFrontPageMagazine.com | October 17, 2005

[This is Part IV of a four-part series regarding the American Library Association’s pandering to Fidel Castro’s totalitarian regime. Click here to read Part I, Part II and Part… Continue reading

 Castro’s Library Pass (Part III)By Walter SkoldFrontPageMagazine.com | October 14, 2005

[This is Part III of a four-part series regarding the American Library Association’s pandering to Fidel Castro’s totalitarian regime. Click here to read Part I and Part II. –… Continue reading