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“First They Came…” Again

We are again in a period of racist ultranationalism and right-wing extremism. It’s not the first one. We can choose to defend those who are under attack now. Or we can wait until the attackers come [...] Continue Reading

All Guantanamo Belongs to Cuba

The name Guantanamo brings up only one image for most people in the United States—the U.S. “military prison/detention center” torture facility within the U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay. It is still [...] Continue Reading

The War on Culture, the War on Cuba

As almost everyone knows, for more than 60 years the United States has maintained a blockade of Cuba that encompasses financial, economic and trade transactions. It’s not simply an “embargo” because [...] Continue Reading

Happy 94th Birthday, Sam Nujoma!

On May 13, the president of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, sent congratulations to Sam Nujoma on his 94th birthday. Sam (Samuel Daniel Shafiishuna) Nujoma is the Father of His Country, and his [...] Continue Reading

Cuba, Victim of U.S. Terrorism

During the crime spree that marked Trump’s last months in office, in between soliciting election fraud and encouraging violence and insurrection to prevent a legal transfer of power, Trump placed Cuba [...] Continue Reading

Honoring Ana Belén Montes

Ana Belén Montes was released on parole Jan. 8 after more than 20 years in U.S. prisons. She was convicted of espionage. Her actions were motivated by conscience and were uncoerced and unpaid. She [...] Continue Reading

Libertad Religiosa en Cuba

El 2 de diciembre de 2022, el Secretario de Estado de Estados Unidos, Antony Blinken, promulgó una declaración designando a Cuba, entre otros países, como “País de Preocupación Particular” por “haber  [...] Continue Reading