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Daily Archives: April 11, 2016

Venezuelan Supreme Court Declares Amnesty Law Unconstitutional

The Supreme Court (TSJ) of Venezuela declared unconstitutional the Law of Amnesty and National Reconciliation, approved by the opposition majority in the National Assembly in an attempt to free a group of imprisoned political prisoners. Continue reading

Cubans Continue to Mass on the Panama – Costa Rica Border

The ongoing migration crisis continues in Central America with more than 2,000 Cubans stranded on the border of Panama with Costa Rica. The current situation follows that of 8,000 Cubans who reached United States, their final destination, in recent mon... Continue reading

More on the Discovery of My Fears

I believe I was born in Havana in 1964, but I have no memories of my childhood before I was 2. Memories become blurrier the farther I think back. I have a feeling it was a time when one could not easily be free of fear. Continue reading

Prelude to Obama’s Visit

The following discussion took place at the bus stop where I wait every day, on the morning of Friday, March 18, two days before President Barack Obama arrived in Havana. Continue reading

Cuban Novelist Pedro Juan Gutierrez and the Censorship of Silence

I still can’t believe it: Novelist Pedro Juan Gutierrez reading excerpts from La linea oscura (“The Dark Line”), a poetry anthology recently published by Ediciones Verbum. I wasn’t surprised by the possibility – increasingly slimmer, to be sure – of meeting him face to face. What I find hard to believe is that a mere eleven people (including one or two undercover security agents, no doubt) gathered at the Cuban Writers and Artists Association (UNEAC). Continue reading

What’s Next After Obama’s Historic Trip to Cuba

Long before President Barack Obama thought of running for political office, the seed of discord was sown in Miami in 1998 with the creation and training of anti-Cuba groups disguised as Independent Journalists, Independent Librarians, Independent Farme... Continue reading

Se me acabaron los rusos

No creo que tanta gente se acuerde de cuándo dejó de existir la Unión Soviética y mucho menos de cuándo se celebró el último Festival Juvenil de la Amistad Cubano-Soviética… Continue reading