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Translator: Bianca Martinez

In a visit to France I was told I was a terrible Cuban because I was abstinent, didn’t smoke, didn’t dance at all, I didn’t even drink coffee, and I only eat fruits. Since then I have assumed it would … Continue reading Continue reading
Men and women make history, later, it is collected by historians, based on documents that serve as evidence of those events. For which Cuban is it not a point of pride, the rescue carried out by General Ignacio Agramonte he … Continue reading Continue reading
By Enrisco Today, July 6th, is the 34th anniversary of what is regarded as (only by a few certainly) as “The Massacre in Canimar River” because 14 years before the sinking of the “March 13th” tugboat there was an almost … Continue reading Continue reading
The Books on the Cuban Death by Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo There is a literary genre more popular than the rest of Cuban literature, which, by the way, has become a dying phenomenon since a few decades ago. That genre … Continue reading Continue reading
Under a brightly colored umbrella, a representative of Gaviota, a tourism chain, the property of businessmen in the Cuban military, offers an inclusive leisure package for the summer. The bureau of reservations is nestled in an old parking lot of … Continue reading Continue reading
By Dayanara Vega School violence is considered an intentional act or omission that is hurtful and practiced among members of the educational community (students, professors, parents, entry-level employees) and that is done within the physical space of school facilities and … Continue reading Continue reading
Among the first victims of January ’59 was the history of Cuba, especially the phase of the Republic. A radical rupture caused the immediate divorce of the new generations with a past that was reduced to four lines in scholarly … Continue reading Continue reading
Just by strolling through, you can see the diverse medley that everyone has described Miami to be. A girl pirouettes in a public square; exiled Cubans peacefully protest in a major street within the city; a Muslim woman takes a … Continue reading Continue reading