Tag: repression

I was a witness in the trial against Luis...

The courts in Cuba are places where punishment is administered. Justice is conceived as the safeguard of...

Prosecution’s Office Is Demanding Seven and Ten Years for...

Cuban prosecutors are asking for seven and ten-year prison sentences for the artist Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara...

Cuba: The Myth and its Uses

Cuba is back in the public eye as a result of the planned action of November 15....

Of Leadership and Collective Responsibilities: Where is the Dilemma?

The departure from Cuba of Yunior García, one of the organizers of Archipiélago, the civic organization that...

How to Read the 11-15 Protest?

Seventy-two hours after 11-15, many are focusing exclusively —how could they not— on the departure from Cuba...

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...

Abraham Jiménez Enoa: “Professions do not belong to those...

Abraham Jiménez Enoa (Havana, 1988) is a black man from a revolutionary family of soldiers and lawyers,...