Who Condemns Cuba?

By Volker Hermsdorf on June 14, 2021

photo: Bill Hackwell

On Thursday the European Parliament approved a “motion for a resolution on human rights and the political situation in Cuba” by 386 votes in favor, 236 against and 59 abstentions. (more…)

Colombia: Some Achievements of the Social Outburst

By Fernando Dorado on June 12, 2021

photo: A24

We have characterized the formidable social mobilization that has been developing in Colombia since April 28th of this year (2021) as a social explosion. There have been more than 42 days of marches, sit-ins, rallies, road and highway blockades of diverse nature and impact, where the constant has been violent and criminal repression by the State, and where the support of the population has been majority and visible. (more…)

Peru:  Either the Abyss or the Dawn is What Lies Ahead

By Juan Guahán on June 13, 2021

Photo: @PedroCastilloTe

According to news agencies, thousands of members of the peasant patrols, communal organizations for the defense of their territories and born from the will of the neighbors, were preparing their march to Lima. It was at the beginning of the week and they wanted to make sure that the white gentlemen from the coast would not snatch away the electoral victory they were achieving. (more…)

I Was Never Your Priority

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on June 12, 2021

Down with the Cuban Adjustment Act. Photo: Bill Hackwell

The insistence with which U.S. government officials repeat that Cuba “is not a priority” is reminiscent of a song by Ricardo Montaner that says more or less the same thing to a scornful love. Only in the case at hand, the facts belie the words. (more…)

An Interview with Silvio Rodríguez on His Music, Life and His Support for the Campaign to Get the Cuban Doctors Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize

By Juan José Olivares Tiempo in La Jornada on June 10, 2021

Silvio Rodriguez, photo: Bill Hackwell

Once, a farmer from a Latin American country who had been cured by a Cuban doctor said that what impressed him most was that “Cuba did not offer what it had left over, but shared what it had”. (more…)

SACHA, A CHILD FROM CHERNOBYL

A film produced by Resumen Latinoamericano about the untold story of Cuba’s contribution to help victims of Chernobyl.

SUNDAY JUNE 20, 2021
5:00 pm PST
7:00 pm CST
8:00 pm EST (more…)

Colombia: The Crisis That No One Talks About Anymore

By Alejandra Garcia on June 10, 2021

Photo: radiomacondo.fm

Colombia is no longer news. In the past 24 hours, over 50 people were injured by agents of the Mobile Anti-Riot Squad (ESMAD) during a new night of terror and police brutality. But few outlets of the mainstream media are covering the reality of this Latin American country, whose people have been protesting in the streets against President Ivan Duque for over one month. (more…)

Mexico: Midterm Elections and the Fourth Transformation

By Luis Hernández Navarro on June 8, 2021

The size of the electoral triumph of Andrés Manuel López Obrador in 2018 made some of his supporters believe that an overwhelming victory in the midterm elections three years later would be inevitable. (more…)

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