The "#YoTambienExijo" movement is reminiscent of a performance demonstration that took place in Havana in 2009 known as El Sussuro de Tatlin. On that occasion, the microphone was open for participants to express themselves for one minute without being censored. Blogger Yoani Sanchez took the opportunity to highlight that "Cuba is a country surrounded by the sea and is also an island fenced off by censorship."
The "#YoTambienExijo" movement is reminiscent of a performance demonstration that took place in Havana in 2009 known as El Sussuro de Tatlin. On that occasion, the microphone was open for participants to express themselves for one minute without being censored. Blogger Yoani Sanchez took the opportunity to highlight that "Cuba is a country surrounded by the sea and is also an island fenced off by censorship."
The "#YoTambienExijo" movement is reminiscent of a performance demonstration that took place in Havana in 2009 known as El Sussuro de Tatlin. On that occasion, the microphone was open for participants to express themselves for one minute without being censored. Blogger Yoani Sanchez took the opportunity to highlight that "Cuba is a country surrounded by the sea and is also an island fenced off by censorship."

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