GRANMA reports and documents examples of induced "spontaneity" in the July 11, 2021 troubles in Cuba.
CUBADEBATE: René González looks over the events leading up to July 11, 2021, and the challenges facing Cuba in its aftermath, in a letter to his cousin.
GRANMA explains how and why there are no tortured or disappeared people in Cuba
GRANMA speaks with Cuban artists and intellectuals about the meaning of the July 11 events.
GRANMA explains that legitimate protest will never entail committing crimes, theft, violence, attacks, vandalism.
CUBADEBATE: Fabian Font Escalante, former head of Cuban intelligence, looks at the social and political situation which led up to July 11, and lays out the tasks for Cuban revolutionaries as Washington creating the conditions for a U.S. military intervention.
GRANMA reports on the arrival of the Bridges of Love project to Washington, DC in July 2021, and solidarity actions around the US, Europe and Latin America along the same lines.
JUVENTUD REBELDE reports on Cuba's latest Covid-19 caseload, the highest since the beginning of the pandemic
GRANMA looks at the media war against Cuba, its sources and efforts to build on alienation and material scarcity to mobilize discontent against Cuba's society and government.
GRANMA explains how the events of July 11, 2021 were conceived, organized and financed from the United States