Padura: Miami Cubans Important to Cuba’s Future By Redaccion OnCuba January 27, 2018 Translated and edited by Walter Lippmann for CubaNews [The sign says, “If we weren’t Cubans, we would pay to be.”] Padura, who was in the Spanish city of Toledo to present his new novel La transparencia del tiempo, answered reporters’ questions, that […]
An explanation of the DACA program for undocumented immigrants who'd been brought to the United States by their parents.
Posting from Iroel Sanchez' blog, La Pupila Insomne, of comments by Antonio Guerrero and Raul Capote.
Iroel Sanchez posts excerpts from a Facebook by Gerardo Hernandez and himself..
It is somehow perplexing that a nation which contributes greatly to the prevention and cure of ailments, is likewise an important supplier in the world market of products that are harmful to health, such as alcohol and tobacco.
a large part of the arms, ammunition and men with which France contributed to the independence of the then Thirteen Colonies, passed through the then-French colony of Saint-Domingue (today Haiti) which had contributed with the blood of its children to the triumph of the forces in struggle for their independence from the British metropolis.
Brazilian women have mobilized more than ever this year around the "No means no" movement to put an end to the harassment inflicted on them during Carnival.
Report on the second Women's March in the United States, January 20, 2018.
Is Beauty an Advantage on the Job for Women in Cuba? By María Elena Balán Sainz January 15, 2018 Translated and edited by Walter Lippmann for CubaNews. It is true that today, the image of the person seeking a job competes in the employment market, and I am not talking about Europe or other countries of […]
Only when all the peoples of the continent want to unite as one voluntary body could we be able to truly say United States of America.