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Contamos las historias de jóvenes como tú que se sienten protagonistas de esta Cuba que cambia; aquellos que transforman los barrios, que emprenden, dialogan y construyen iniciativas ciudadanas para su gente. Te mostramos cómo otros jóvenes superaron las barreras y hoy impulsan un proyecto propio.
The 29-year-old visual, graffiti and tattoo artist and mother of a 6-year-old is serving a ten-year prison sentence for sedition.
Statement by elTOQUE on the fallacious campaign that wants to implant the matrix of opinion that the devaluation of the national currency is the fault of a media outlet, and on the violent drift that the accusations are taking.
Cuba has managed to consolidate a business network with the government of Angola using Cuban professionals as raw material. The agreements are highly beneficial for the Cuban government, but neither the citizens of the island nor the professionals, who are forced to work under abusive conditions, see the benefits of these agreements.
A group of human rights organizations from Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua presented on April 11, 2024, the regional campaign “It’s happening again,” which highlights the situation of political prisoners in the three Latin American countries in the face of the rise of totalitarianism.
Residents of the Veguita de Galo popular council, in Santiago de Cuba, took to the streets on Sunday, March 17, 2024, under the slogan "current and food" and "homeland and life". Reports also came in of protests in Bayamo, in El Cobre and in Santa Marta, Matanzas.
The Cuido60 project seeks to make visible the realities and rights of people over 65 in Cuba. To this end, the contest "Mirar la vejez" (Looking at old age) was created.
Health Minister acknowledges a shortage of human and material resources
Roberto Perez Fonseca was sentenced to ten years in prison for ripping up a portrait of Fidel Castro during the protests in San Jose de las Lajas, Mayabeque, in July 2021.
Walnier Luis Aguilar Rivera was sentenced to 12 years in prison in Cuba for participating in the July 2021 protests. He suffers from an intellectual disability but was tried without adequate legal assistance and access to medication.
Although fuel shortages on the island have affected continuously for decades, the public and private transportation crisis deepened at the beginning of the second quarter of 2023. What are the alternatives for Cubans in the west of the country?
Eighteen years ago, the American rock band Audioslave offered a free concert at the "José Martí" Anti-imperialist Tribune in Havana in front of more than 70,000 people. The event still resonates in the collective memory.
Taimir Garcia has now been in jail for over two years. She was sentenced on April 21 2021, to five years in prison for demonstrating in Las Tunas, in central-eastern Cuba. Like the other prisoners, she now faces serious health problems.
The deputy prime minister and minister of Economy, Alejandro Gil, said in late May 2023 that annual inflation in Cuba – measured between April 2022 and April 2023 – was 45.4%, and food products were the hardest hit.
Human rights activists and intellectuals critical of the government were arbitrarily detained, and some transferred to unknown whereabouts, on the morning of June 14, 2023.
U.S. organizations are demanding that the U.S. Government take further action or comply with previous measures to urgently support the Cuban people.
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Contamos las historias de jóvenes como tú que se sienten protagonistas de esta Cuba que cambia; aquellos que transforman los barrios, que emprenden, dialogan y construyen iniciativas ciudadanas para su gente. Te mostramos cómo otros jóvenes superaron las barreras y hoy impulsan un proyecto propio.

The 29-year-old visual, graffiti and tattoo artist and mother of a 6-year-old is serving a ten-year prison sentence for sedition.
A group of human rights organizations from Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua presented on April 11, 2024, the regional campaign “It’s happening again,” which highlights the situation of political prisoners in the three Latin American countries in the face of the rise of totalitarianism.
Health Minister acknowledges a shortage of human and material resources
Although fuel shortages on the island have affected continuously for decades, the public and private transportation crisis deepened at the beginning of the second quarter of 2023. What are the alternatives for Cubans in the west of the country?
The deputy prime minister and minister of Economy, Alejandro Gil, said in late May 2023 that annual inflation in Cuba – measured between April 2022 and April 2023 – was 45.4%, and food products were the hardest hit.
Statement by elTOQUE on the fallacious campaign that wants to implant the matrix of opinion that the devaluation of the national currency is the fault of a media outlet, and on the violent drift that the accusations are taking.
Residents of the Veguita de Galo popular council, in Santiago de Cuba, took to the streets on Sunday, March 17, 2024, under the slogan "current and food" and "homeland and life". Reports also came in of protests in Bayamo, in El Cobre and in Santa Marta, Matanzas.
Roberto Perez Fonseca was sentenced to ten years in prison for ripping up a portrait of Fidel Castro during the protests in San Jose de las Lajas, Mayabeque, in July 2021.
Eighteen years ago, the American rock band Audioslave offered a free concert at the "José Martí" Anti-imperialist Tribune in Havana in front of more than 70,000 people. The event still resonates in the collective memory.
Human rights activists and intellectuals critical of the government were arbitrarily detained, and some transferred to unknown whereabouts, on the morning of June 14, 2023.
Cuba has managed to consolidate a business network with the government of Angola using Cuban professionals as raw material. The agreements are highly beneficial for the Cuban government, but neither the citizens of the island nor the professionals, who are forced to work under abusive conditions, see the benefits of these agreements.
The Cuido60 project seeks to make visible the realities and rights of people over 65 in Cuba. To this end, the contest "Mirar la vejez" (Looking at old age) was created.
Walnier Luis Aguilar Rivera was sentenced to 12 years in prison in Cuba for participating in the July 2021 protests. He suffers from an intellectual disability but was tried without adequate legal assistance and access to medication.
Taimir Garcia has now been in jail for over two years. She was sentenced on April 21 2021, to five years in prison for demonstrating in Las Tunas, in central-eastern Cuba. Like the other prisoners, she now faces serious health problems.
U.S. organizations are demanding that the U.S. Government take further action or comply with previous measures to urgently support the Cuban people.

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