Gabo and I were in the city of Bogotá on the sad day of April 9, 1948 when [Colombian Liberal leader and presidential candidate Jorge Eliécer] Gaitán was killed.
Today’s youth… lost? Author: Leticia Martínez Hernández May 22, 2009 A CubaNews translation. Edited by Walter Lippmann. I admit it: it bothers me when my generation is called into question, not taken seriously and, worse yet, branded a lost cause, a very good reason to annoy the most even-tempered of souls, of which I am one. […]
Dated 2009. Source lost, 2017. Sorry! Maybe a theater program?
Silvio Rodriguez: Cubans Should be able to Enter and Leave Cuba at Will By Adrián Leiva A CubaNews translation. Edited by Walter Lippmann. Silvio Rodriguez calls for the right of all Cubans to be allowed to enter and leave their country at will The news that Cuban singer-songwriter Silvio Rodriguez was denied a visa to […]
Postal Service Talks By Dr. Néstor García Iturbe A CubaNews translation. Edited by Walter Lippmann. September 19, 2009 Very interesting, the statement issued by officials from the U.S. State Department on September 18 about talks aimed at resuming direct postal service between the United States and Cuba. According to the note, they are very pleased […]
Societies also need mirrors to scrutinize their images, to detect wrinkles, which, conversely to those that mark human faces, can be reversed. And, our socialism needs to be systematically observed, to avoid clinging to idyllic images, or deceiving notions that we are living in the best of all possible worlds.
Laundries are reopened Although This Service Is Almost 60% Subsidized by the State, 32 Laundries Have Been Reopened in the Country in the Last Year and a Half. By Haydée León Moya August 4, 2009 00:42:10 GMT A CubaNews translation. Edited by Walter Lippmann. Cecilia González and her daughter Alioska opened their purses almost at the […]
REBELION Notes on a letter to Victor Jara published by Rebelión Our message to the world By Carole Fernández Martínez September 24, 2009 A CubaNews translation. Edited by Walter Lippmann. I have known and admired Victor Jara’s songs since I was a little girl. “Plegaria a un labrador” (Prayer to a farmer), “El alma llena de […]
Cuban analyst Dr. Néstor García Iturbe on what Trump will say on Cuba two days from now, on Friday, June 16, in Miami.
Excerpt from A LION IN COURT "The Uninhibited Autobiography of America's Most Controversial Lawyer