Articles by: NACLA
In the wake of the J-11 protests last month, U.S.-based experts should focus on changing U.S. policy towards Cuba.
Viewpoint: With Cuba at a crossroads, we must respond to recent protests by listening to the Cuban people and recognizing the country’s accomplishments and its shortcomings, its past and its potential.
Viewpoint: Refusing to accept the complexity and plural nature of protests in Cuba means giving away half the playing field to the most reactionary opposition.
In response to recent protests in Cuba, progressive organizations that promote anti-racism and social justice expressed support for the Cuban government, disregarding the experiences of Black Cubans.
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The protests beginning July 11 in Cuba are forcing the Latin American Left to examine their unconditional support of the Cuban government.