Tag Archives: Cuba

Habito una utopía que no es mía

The title of this post is a quotation from a Twitter feed maintained by Yoani Sánchez of Havana, Cuba — one of the world’s most distinguished bloggers: “I inhabit a utopia that is not mine.” She started her blog in … Continue reading

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Sentence I wish I wrote

In a society marked by punishments against those who express their opinions, neither fools nor children say what they think, only drunkards. — Yoani Sanchez, Generation Y Quoted from today’s post: Antihero.

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Cuba’s crumbling Hemingway shrine

It’s mostly because of the man pictured on the right that you and I and all the rest of us write the English language the way we do. So it’s disheartening to see that Ernest Hemingway’s legacy in Cuba faces … Continue reading

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June 1: Libertad de accesso de internet

This global campaign starts tomorrow. If you want to know why it’s necessary, read this month’s Amnesty International’s report on Cuba. And if you’re inclined to help, here’s what you can do. English Call to the Cuban government and to … Continue reading

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What you won’t read in Granma

I was about to say something whiny about Northwestel, Qiniq, and the sorry state of internet service in Nunavut. Then I read this: At the Meliá Cohiba And this: Cuba: Bloggers Gather In Spite of the Challenges And this: Cuba … Continue reading

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