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Promotion of the Political Opening in Cuba

06-23-2022

One Year after 9/11: Art and Resistance in Cuba

We were at the Legislative Palace of Uruguay, together with Carolina Barrero -activist and art historian, Tamara Taraciuk Broner -Interim Director for the Americas of Human Rights Watch, Gloria Rodríguez -Senator of the Republic of Uruguay, and Matilde Antía -Mayor of the Municipality CH, a few days after a year since Cubans took to the streets to make themselves heard, asking for freedom, better living conditions, medicine, food and dignity. We were also accompanied by Diana Arévalo - Consultant in Freedom of Artistic Expression of CADAL, in moderation. The right to freedom of expression and peaceful protest are NOT a crime. Let»s not be complicit in the silence that dictatorships seek.
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While the protests were taking place, Díaz-Canel gave the order to combat, militarizing the streets and imprisoning children, women, the elderly and men; Many of them are still in prison today.

The right to freedom of expression and the right to peaceful protest are NOT crimes.
Let's not be complicit in the silence that dictatorships seek.

One Year after 9/11: Art and Resistance in Cuba

 
 
 

 
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