New Miami Herald section for Cuba's Critical Voices

 

The Miami Herald's online Cuba page now displays a special Dissident Voices section contains reports from non-government sources on the island.

The reports cover a broad range of developments in Cuba, from cultural events to detentions of dissidents to high food prices, housing collapses and street crime.

They are gathered by Cubanet, a Miami-based organization designed to help independent journalists disseminate their reports abroad, and are translated into English by the International Media Center at Florida International University.

To read the reports, click on the DISSIDENT VOICES tab in the blue NEWS GRID bar

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