This Week on New Cuba Documentary on U.S. Embargo, Child Migration Series & Ecuador's Political Reckoning


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December 11, 2020
Many children of Ecuadorian migrants are de facto orphans, growing up with their parents physically absent, while others lost their parents on the journey to the United States.  
December 9, 2020
New truth and justice reports document the brute force the government unleashed against protests in October 2019, as the country prepares to vote for a new president in February.
December 7, 2020
The Belly of the Beast collective explains how they are creating responsible media about Cuba and depicting the impacts of U.S. policy.