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Daily Archives: August 9, 2013

On Racism There is Still Much to Discuss / Dimas Castellanos Posted on August 8, 2013

This past March 23, the prize-winning essayist, critic and literary investigator Roberto Zurbano, who up until this moment functioned as the director of the… Continue reading

Cuba: Escapism and its Causes August 8, 2013 Francisco Castro

HAVANA TIMES — (…) I’ve been thinking about the chances of recovery these people actually have. Alcoholism doesn’t really have a cure, but one can control it. But, ultimately, I… Continue reading

Cuban exiles and their curious vigil By John Paul Rathbone in Miami

Much has changed during what has been a long wait on the mainland, writes John Paul Rathbone Every August, a distinguished group of Cuban-American scholars – from Harvard… Continue reading

Cuba’s Heartless Market August 8, 2013 Fernando Ravsberg*

HAVANA TIMES — Eleven Cubans have died at the hands of other Cubans who thought stealing alcohol from their workplace and selling it on the black market was an easy way to… Continue reading

Gov’t Proposes Formal Probe Into Cubans’ Claims Posted on 08 August 2013. by Jones Bahamas

The government is hoping preliminary investigations into claims that Cuban detainees are being treated inhumanely in The Bahamas be augmented by a formal investigation. According… Continue reading

Two News Stories, One Focus / Yoani Sanchez Posted on August 7, 2013

Recently I have been reading an excellent book by Carlos Salas, currently the director of the site lainformacion.com. One of those texts essential for any newsroom and… Continue reading

Zapata lives
Zapata lives
No place to live
No place to live