ICYMI: WASHINGTON POST ON HOW CUBA IS CHANGING
On March 20, the Washington Post published an editorial on the changes underway in Cuba. As we mark the tenth anniversary of the brutal Black Spring crackdown on nonviolent dissidents, the Post sees causes for both optimism and pessimism. While some dissidents, like blogger Yoani Sanchez, have finally been granted the right to travel outside their country, the Post notes the suspicious circumstances surrounding the deaths of activists Oswaldo Paya and Harold Cepero. Read the editorial here.
Lindsay Lloyd is the Program Director for the Freedom Collection.
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