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Monthly Archives: September 2013

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Neill Macaulay: The Professor Who Lynched ‘Negroes’ September 30, 2013 By Humberto Fontova

Any professor in the U.S. who utters the “N-word” even offhandedly gets cashiered instantly. Examples abound. Nowadays even using the perfectly proper term “Negro” can get an… Continue reading

Bad Seed / Jose Antonio Fornaris Posted on September 29, 2013

HAVANA, Cuba , September, – It is not possible to find antecedents – apparently they don’t exist — or any other moments in history when Cuban agricultural production… Continue reading

No Coma Tanta Pinga Coma Andante / Porno Para Ricardo, Gorki Aguila Posted on September 29, 2013

The musician Gorki Aguila detained at the 6th Police Station in Havana at 2:00 in the morning this Sunday.

Site manager’s note: While… Continue reading

Called to be Mosquito Hunters / Jose Hugo Fernandez Posted on September 29, 2013

HAVANA, Cuba, September, – The generalship of the regime is showing particular interested in incorporating women into the army. In several sites in Havana where… Continue reading

The Beggars are Foreigners / Cuban Network of Community Spokespeople, Elizardo Rodriguez Suarez Posted on September 29, 2013

Artemisa, Cuba, September 26, 2013, Elizardo Rodriguez Suarez / Cuban Network of Community Spokespeople / Reports on Cuban television news show… Continue reading

The Night of the Long Scissors / Camilo Ernesto Olivera Posted on September 29, 2013

On 13 March 1963, during a commemoration on the steps of the University of Havana, Fidel Castro said: “For there walks a specimen, another byproduct… Continue reading

IAEA chief visits Cuba by XINHUA 30/09/2013 – 8:22am

HAVANA, Sept. 29 (Xinhua) — The head of the UN nuclear watchdog on Sunday kicked off a three-day official visit to Cuba, a local TV channel reported.

During his stay, International… Continue reading

CDR: Symbol of Snitching / Julio Cesar Alvarez Posted on September 28, 2013

HAVANA, Cuba, September, – In the same way that a blind woman with scales is an allegory of justice and a skeleton with a scythe is… Continue reading

Bathing Alternate Days / Rosa Maria Rodriguez Posted on September 28, 2013

Every other night between 8:00 and 10:00 the zone where I live “has its turn” at the water, and when it runs for a while, my block shows… Continue reading

Cuba’s Spies Still Punch Above Their Weight William Rosenau [2], Ralph Espach [3] September 29, 2013

Despite a withered economic base, few exports of any value, and a repressive state bureaucracy, Cuba and the Castro regime have an outsized international… Continue reading

Cubans Are Losing Their Fear / Antonio Rodiles, Estado de Sats Posted on September 27, 2013

By Carmen Muñoz for

To Antonio G. Rodiles (born Havana, 1972) it seemed “unthinkable” that a Cuban musician would dare to ask for… Continue reading

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