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    Black Woman – Double or Triple Discrimination?

    Black Woman: Double or Triple Discrimination? / Diario de Cuba, Laritza Diversent Posted on October 7, 2015 Diario de Cuba, Laritza Diversent, Havana, 31 July 2015 —In Cuba there is a myth that says that there is no racism here because “all the races and cultures melded together forever in a happy synthesis.” Nonetheless, in […] Continue reading

    Cuban LGBT rights advocates arrive in D.C.

    Cuban LGBT rights advocates arrive in D.C. July 29, 2013 By Michael K. Lavers on July 29, 2013 Two Cuban LGBT rights advocates who are visiting the United States for three months on Monday arrived in D.C. Ignacio Estrada Cepero and Wendy Iriepa Díaz on Monday met with staffers of Us Helping Us, an HIV/AIDS […] Continue reading

    Canadians are major customers in Cuba’s child sex market

    Canadians are major customers in Cuba's child sex market Canada is lax when it comes to stopping its sex offenders from going to Cuba and preying on underage prostitutes. Most tourists are drawn to Cuba by the sand, the sunshine, and the culture. But a few tourists – including some Canadians – are drawn by […] Continue reading

    Briefing Note No. 3 Cuban League against AIDS

    Briefing Note No. 3 Cuban League against AIDS / Wendy Iriepa and Ignacio Estrada Translator: Unstated, Wendy Iriepa and Ignacio Estrada During the month of June and the first days of of July The Cuban League Against AIDS has monitored the rise of protests in Cuban jails for inmates with HIV / AIDS. The protests […] Continue reading

    Home is sweet – compared to Cuba

    Home is sweet – compared to CubaBy Jennifer Moreau, Burnaby Now June 10, 2011 There's nothing like a trip abroad to make you appreciate home. And after a recent sojourn in Cuba, I've come to appreciate things formerly taken for granted in Canada: things like fully stocked grocery shelves, freedom of the press and toilet […] Continue reading

    No glory in spying for Castro

    No glory in spying for CastroBy Vincent CarrollPosted: 06/09/2009 01:00:00 AM MDT Anyone who hung around leftists in the 1960s or '70s knew someone like Walter Kendall Myers, the former State Department official charged last week along with his wife, Gwendolyn, with spying for Cuba. Privileged, intelligent and self-righteous, the Myers of that era were […] Continue reading

    Country Reports on Human Rights Practices 2005

    Cuba Country Reports on Human Rights Practices – 2005Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and LaborMarch 8, 2006 Cuba, with a population of 11 million, is a totalitarian state led by a president, Fidel Castro, whose regime controls all aspects of life through the Communist Party (CP) and its affiliated mass organizations, the […] Continue reading

    A famously gay U.S. photographer’s work is exhibited in Havana

    Posted on Fri, Dec. 16, 2005 CUBAA famously gay U.S. photographer’s work is exhibited in Havana BY VANESSA ARRINGTONAssociated Press HAVANA – Communist Cuba hasn’t exactly been tolerant of homosexuality and transvestism.In the late 1960s, Cubans were sent to labor camps simply for being gay, with the state deriding homosexuality as an illness of the […] Continue reading

    A famously gay U.S. photographer's work is exhibited in Havana

    Posted on Fri, Dec. 16, 2005

    CUBA
    A famously gay U.S. photographer’s work is exhibited in Havana

    BY VANESSA ARRINGTON
    Associated Press

    HAVANA – Communist Cuba hasn’t exactly been tolerant of homosexuality and transvestism.
    In the late 1960s, Cubans were sent to labor camps simply for being gay, with the state deriding homosexuality as an illness of the capitalist past. Even today, some Cuban transvestites… Continue reading