Tag Archives: Cuba

Alice Embree :
BOOKS | ‘Haydée Santamaría, Cuban Revolutionary’

Margaret Randall, bringing a poet’s voice to her work, gives human dimensions to the heroes of the Cuban revolution. By Alice Embree | The Rag Blog | September 1, 2015 Leer este artículo en español Listen to the Rag Radio … finish reading Alice Embree :
BOOKS | ‘Haydée Santamaría, Cuban Revolutionary’

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Tom Hayden :
The U.S.-Cuba deal is a victory for the
Cuban Revolution

The embargo is going to be hollowed out from within, with American tourist and investment dollars permitted to flow. By Tom Hayden | The Rag Blog | December 17, 2014 No one in the mainstream media will acknowledge it, but … finish reading Tom Hayden :
The U.S.-Cuba deal is a victory for the
Cuban Revolution

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Tom Hayden :
Battling Ebola: Cuba leads while U.S. lags

The U.S. has 550 military personnel in Africa on counterterrorism missions while over 5,000 Africans have succumbed to the non-military threat of Ebola. By Tom Hayden | The Rag Blog | October 26, 2014 In what a New York Times … finish reading Tom Hayden :
Battling Ebola: Cuba leads while U.S. lags

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Margarita Alarcón :
Cuba hosts the CELAC Summit, and ‘parallel’ dissident gathering

The CELAC Summit was unprecedented, with all the leaders from Latin America and the Caribbean gathering together with a common goal: unity. By Margarita Alarcón | The Rag Blog | February 6, 2014 HAVANA — All of Latin America and … finish reading Margarita Alarcón :
Cuba hosts the CELAC Summit, and ‘parallel’ dissident gathering

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RAG RADIO / Thorne Dreyer : Pedro Gatos and Val Liveoak on Nicaragua, Cuba, and the Global South

From left, Pedro Gatos, Rag Radio’s Thorne Dreyer, and Val Liveoak, in the studios of KOOP-FM in Austin, Texas, Friday, April 26, 2013. Photo by Roger Baker / The Rag Blog. Rag Radio podcast:Pedro Gatos and Val Liveoak on changesin … finish reading RAG RADIO / Thorne Dreyer : Pedro Gatos and Val Liveoak on Nicaragua, Cuba, and the Global South

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Lamar W. Hankins : Questions Ted Cruz Won’t Answer

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, the inquisitor. Photo by Jim Watson / AFP / Getty Images. Questions that Rafael Edward‘Ted’ Cruz won’t answer Cruz’s performance has been described by various commentators and reporters as disgraceful, appalling, embarrassing, slanderous, impertinent, uncivil, moralistic, … finish reading Lamar W. Hankins : Questions Ted Cruz Won’t Answer

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Harry Targ : From the Bay of Pigs to the Missile Crisis / 3

Front page of New York Daily News, October 23, 1962. From the Mitchell Archives.The Cuba story, Part 3:The Bay of Pigs to the missile crisis The Cuban missile crisis suggests that the United States would go to any extreme, even … finish reading Harry Targ : From the Bay of Pigs to the Missile Crisis / 3

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Harry Targ : From the Bay of Pigs to the Missile Crisis / 2

John F. Kennedy and Rómulo Betancourt at Alliance for Progress meeting in La Morita, Venezuela, Dec. 16, 1961. Image from Wikimedia Commons. The Cuba story, Part 2:The Bay of Pigs to the missile crisis The Castros of this world, the … finish reading Harry Targ : From the Bay of Pigs to the Missile Crisis / 2

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Harry Targ : Syrian Policy Looks Familiar to Cubans

Members of UN General Assembly vote on Saudi Arabian-sponsored draft resolution against Syria. Photo by Kathy Willens / AP.Syrian policy looks familiar to Cubans Those who sponsored the resolution condemning violence were the same nations that had ‘played a major … finish reading Harry Targ : Syrian Policy Looks Familiar to Cubans

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Harry Targ : Culture and the Cuban Experience

The Cuban band Sierra Maestra was formed at the University of Havana in 1976.Economics, politics, and culture:The Cuban experience Culture can be revolutionary when it expresses pain, implies a better life, and extends the experiences of some to others… By … finish reading Harry Targ : Culture and the Cuban Experience

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Jonah Raskin : Maverick Judge Reichbach Offers Verdict on Cuba

Judge Gustin Reichbach on the bench. Image from AP.Rag Blog interview: Maverick U.S. Judge Gustin Reichbachoffers verdict on Cuba today By Jonah Raskin | The Rag Blog | January 19, 2012 For nearly 14 years, the Honorable Gustin Reichbach has … finish reading Jonah Raskin : Maverick Judge Reichbach Offers Verdict on Cuba

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BOOKS / Karen Lee Wald : Cuba From the Other Side

Voices From the Other Side:Keith Bolender’s oral historyof terrorism against Cuba By Karen Lee Wald / The Rag Blog / April 10, 2011 [Voices From the Other Side: An Oral History Of Terrorism Against Cuba by Keith Bolender (Pluto Press, … finish reading BOOKS / Karen Lee Wald : Cuba From the Other Side

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