Cuban Activist Yunior Garcia Leaves For Spain After Being Suppressed By Communist GovernmentHis departure from Cuba was unannounced. He arrived with his wife on Wednesday on tourist visas.
South Florida Congressional Delegation Demands Change In CubaDelegation members spoke out in Washington, D.C. while members of Parliament from Italy and Spain were in Miami for a news conference.
‘Crying For Freedom’: South Florida Political Leaders Call On Biden Administration To Step Up For Cuban PeopleFlorida Sen. Marco Rubio and Rep. Maria Elvira Salazar were among several members of Congress who gathered Tuesday to speak out on the ongoing issues in Cuba.
Havana-Based Human Rights Organization Says Cuban Police Have Arrested Nearly A Dozen PeopleThe city of Havana saw a heavy police presence on Monday morning as authorities prepared to face potential protesters. Ultimately, streets remained quiet, however – evidence of the chilling effects of the government's warnings.
People Of Cuba Set To Take To The Streets Once Again In Protest Of The Communist GovernmentSunday’s South Florida rallies in support of the Cuban people come as those on the communist island prepare to take the to the streets for the first time since demonstrations back in July.
Over 100 People March To Domino Park On Calle Ocho In Support Of Cuba’s Fight For FreedomThe cry for freedom in Cuba continues to echo through the streets of Miami.
Little Has Changed In Cuba, A Month After Protests For Freedom On The IslandOne month after Cubans protested in the streets, not much is known about what is going on in the island. All that is known is that very little has changed.
Reports Of Continued Repression In Cuba Continue To Filter Out Of The Island Reports of continued repression by the Cuban regime continue to reach South Florida.
Cuba Lifts Restrictions On Food, Medicine After Rare, Widespread ProtestsCuban Prime Minister Manuel Marrero has announced they were temporarily lifting restrictions on Cuban citizens who go on foreign trips to bring home toiletries, food, and medicines.
Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Said Government Partly To Blame For ProtestsCuba's president said his government should shoulder some of the blame for the recent protests on the island.
'Patria Y Vida' Becomes Anthem For Those Clamoring For A Free CubaYou have seen the signs and heard the cries of "Patria y Vida", meaning "Homeland and Life" and it has become the siren song for protesters on the island as well as here in South Florida.
Hundreds Gather In Little Havana To Rally For 'Freedom In Cuba'A rally was being held Wednesday afternoon in Little Havana, just one day after a large group of South Florida demonstrators blocked a stretch of the Palmetto Expressway in support of rare protests in communist Cuba.
Coast Guard Warns Against Boat Trips To Cuba Due To Dangerous Conditions Out On The WaterSome Cuban Americans in South Florida are looking for support as they stand up for their brothers and sisters on the island.
Cuba Confirms One Man Dead In Anti-Government ProtestsOne person died during rare widespread demonstrations in Cuba, as the people rallied against the oppressive Communist regime.
Amid Rare Protests, President Biden Considers Cuba PolicyAfter rare widespread protests in Cuba, more than 100 people have been arrested or are missing, according to anti-government activists.