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Los mayorales negros de la plantación castrista

Los mayorales negros de la plantación castrista [22-08-2013] Alfredo Cepero (www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- Resulta incomprensible y hasta inaudito que una plantación de 11 millones de esclavos–más de la mitad de ellos negros y mestizos–en pleno Siglo XXI disfrute de la simpatía y de la complicidad de descendientes de esclavos negros. Esta afirmación queda demostrada por la reciente […] Continue reading

Antúnez – “Todos los opositores estamos en peligro de muerte”

Antúnez: “Todos los opositores estamos en peligro de muerte” Jueves, Agosto 8, 2013 | Por Jorge Ignacio Pérez MIAMI, Florida, 8 de agosto de 2013, www.cubanet.org.- Los opositores Jorge Luis García Pérez (Antúnez) y su esposa, Iris Tamara Pérez Aguilera, rompieron a llorar hoy al tratar de explicar lo que para ellos significa el exilio, […] Continue reading

Racismo virtual en la oposición cubana?

¿Racismo virtual en la oposición cubana? Miércoles, Abril 24, 2013 | Por René Gómez Manzano LA HABANA, Cuba, abril, www.cubanet.org -Hace semanas, Juan Antonio Madrazo publicó un trabajo periodístico en el que arremete contra Félix Antonio Bonne Carcassés y un servidor. Mi respuesta, demorada por mi reciente viaje a Alemania, va en estas líneas. Recurriendo […] Continue reading

The fight against racism in Cuba goes viral

The fight against racism in Cuba goes viralBy Marlie Hall9:28 AM on 05/14/2010Tags: Afro Cubans, Cuba, Discrimination, Raul Castro Rosa Parks refused to stand. Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream. Barack Obama won the presidential election. America' s plight for racial equality has had its struggles, its heroes and its progress. But on the […] Continue reading

Roar, tyrants, you cannot hide your racist deeds

Roar, tyrants, you cannot hide your racist deedsBY NAT HENTOFF • January 9, 2010 The Nov. 30 "Acting on Our Conscience: A Declaration of African-American Support for the Civil Rights Struggle in Cuba" by 60 prominent black Americans denouncing the deep discrimination against Afro-Cubans by the Cuban government was a surprise because none of the […] Continue reading

Why the delayed outcry?

Posted on Sunday, 12.20.09BLACKS IN CUBAWhy the delayed outcry?BY NINOSKA PEREZ-CASTELLONninoskapc@aol.com “All that is needed for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.'' Edmund Burke Agroup of 60 African-American leaders, influenced by Brazil's Abdias Nascimiento, a self-proclaimed admirer of Fidel Castro, condemned racism in Cuba. Congratulations. One exception, Makani Themba-Nixon wants her […] Continue reading

Racism fight in Cuba needs new thinking

Posted on Saturday, 12.05.09Racism fight in Cuba needs new thinkingBy MYRIAM MARQUEZmmarquez@MiamiHerald.com Fifty and 60. Not just numbers. They capture the journey of 50 years in a crumbling island and a sea of change in perspective among 60 prestigious people to the north who opened their eyes and told the truth, exposing Cuba's dirty little […] Continue reading