The theft of the century: “Where’s my money?”

The theft of the century: “Where’s my money?”

To ordinary Cubans, the math does not add up. If you believe the Government, the 75% rip-off of the salaries that the regime takes away from the doctors it sends abroad is marked to be reinvested in the domestic health system. But that’s not what common citizens...
Housing in Cuba: Problem or Conflict?

Housing in Cuba: Problem or Conflict?

The dismal state of Cuban homes explains why in Havana, a city once famous for its beauty and architecture, today an average of three homes collapse per day –about 1,000 units a year– mortally burying children and adults. Around 2.9 million homes are in...
Black lives should matter in Cuba too #FreeSilverio

Black lives should matter in Cuba too #FreeSilverio

“No more deaths from collapsed buildings” read the poster that Silverio Portal Contreras displayed in Havana’s Central Park in March 2018. The Afro-Cuban social activist, now 57, is one of the millions of black or mixed race Cubans who suffer...
The cost of thinking and speaking without hypocrisy in Cuba

The cost of thinking and speaking without hypocrisy in Cuba

“Your fear ends when your mind realizes that it has created the fear.” This aphorism by the French filmmaker, artist and philosopher Alejandro Jodorowsky was included by Pedro Armando Junco López -a writer from Camagüey, in Eastern Cuba- in a post where he...

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