José Azel

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Each Sunday in Cuba, hundreds of Cuban citizens march from St. Rita’s Church in Havana to a nearby park, demanding amnesty for political prisoners of the Castro regime. Known as Todos Marchamos (We All March), since January 2015 they have been using the marches to protest government repression, including arbitrary arrests and detention. Week after week, government-organized mobs hurl insults at the marchers, helping the police to corral them into buses for overnight arrest.

As President Barack Obama makes his historic visit to Cuba, it’s worth noting that the Cuban marchers have something in common with the people who helped pave the way for his presidency.…  Seguir leyendo »