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Daily Archives: July 18, 2011

Closed for Demolition / Francis SánchezFrancis Sánchez, Translator: S.Solá

[I have decided to publish, before this blog is closed down, some texts that I didn't publish at the time because it was practically impossible to do it because of obvious… Continue reading

Condemnation of Cuba's Continuing Crackdown

In what seems to be a season of intensifying repression in Cuba, members of the group "Damas de Blanco" (Ladies in White) were assaulted by police and paramilitary forces after attending church services in El… Continue reading

The Travel Channel's Useful IdiotPosted By Humberto FontovaOn July 18, 2011 @ 12:25 am In Daily Mailer, FrontPage

On July 12th the Travel Channel ran an episode of Anthony Bourdain's "No Reservations" where he travels to Cuba highlighting the food,… Continue reading

Posted on Sunday, 07.17.11

Blogger: Cubans thirsty yet wary

As Cuba embarks on economic reforms, blogger and author Yoani Sanchez said islanders are embracing change with a dose of skepticism.By SARAH

In one of her rounds through the streets… Continue reading

ISLAND STASIOLOGY / Orlando Luis Pardo LazoOrlando Luis Pardo Lazo, Translator: Claudia Diaz Alemany

Of Militants and QueersOrlando Luis Pardo Lazo

…s they have tried to call it. They weren't "five gray years." Much less a "black decade." The '70s… Continue reading

Most Cubans seek asylum, then become legal U.S. residentsJun 26, 2011 (The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review – McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX)

About 48,000 Cubans became naturalized citizens or green card holders in 2010, according to federal figures. They represent about 3… Continue reading

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No place to live