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Oswaldo Paya

Oswaldo Paya: An Enduring Legacy

A year after Oswaldo Paya Sardinas died under dubious circumstances, his legacy lives on among thousands of Cubans who signed the Varela …

Oswaldo Paya and Regis Iglesias

A Year After the Crime

On Sunday July 22, 2012, a friend from Madrid phoned and asked me to contact our Cuban friends to inquire after two …

Video-Rodiles

Debate about Human Rights in Cuba

Debate about human rights in Cuba with Cuban independent lawyer Yaremis Flores and Laritza Diversent (Cubalex) , René Gómez Manzano (Corriente Agramontista), …

The Legacy of the Slavery

Slaves are no longer considered “lower sort of men” whom nature wanted to distinguish from freemen, who are “useful for political life …

Captives

How many Cubans have been put in jail at least once or even several times since 1959 for trivial offences, based on …

How Much Time Is Six Years?

In Cuba, the relativity of time has been confirmed. Fifty years has flown by and six years feels like an eternity. Only …