Tag: 11J

An Amnesty Law for Cuban Political Prisoners, is It...

For the visit last January 10, Ailex Marcano carried coffee, toast, and a soda. Ángel Jesús, her...

July 11 in Holguin: Two Years After the Anti-government...

Sundays tend to be particularly unpleasant because people, who since Friday have cherished the hope that something...

We are Alive! In Praise of the Rebellion on...

I was talking with a friend in Cuba a few days after the July 11, 2021 protests,...

Cuba: Citizenship Denied

Three months after the most significant protests —in number of participants and territorial extension— in the last...

Hegel in La Güinera: Dialectics of 7-11

To Boris Muñoz Whenever an American leftist tells me that he is a Marxist, my reply is the...

Cuba: The Protest That Art Anticipated

The protests of July 11 in Cuba were not called by artists, nor led by intellectuals, nor...

Amnesty or Dismissal: How to Free the 11J Protesters?

The request for amnesty as a solution to the detention and criminal prosecution of hundreds of people...

Notes from a Hunt at the Ramp

I rush my daughter’s lunch so much that the fried chicken is underdone (I make it with...