‘Cuba Needs You’: Miami Women Hospitalized After Going On Hunger Strike Outside Of United Nations BuildingYami Pelier is one of the women who went on the hunger strike, which eventually landed all three in the hospital after no food for a period of eight days.
Latest Reforms To Open Up Cuban Economy Seen As Same Old Story On The Island, But Will Capitalism Stick This Time Around?Back in June of this year, Cuba approved a reform that includes long-sought legal status for private businesses, but skeptics say it is part of Cuba’s often-repeated story.
'Patria Y Vida' Writer, Singer Yotuel Romero On Song's Explosion, Fight For Freedom In CubaYotuel Romero is a Cuban-born producer, actor, model, and singer who fled the island nation at 19.
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.
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas Visits South Florida To Discuss Keeping Cuba’s Fight For Freedom AliveThe protests in support of Cuba have quieted down. But what they stand for is still a topic of discussion in South Florida.
Cuba Getting Shiploads Of Food From Socialist Allies & Chicken From The USIn dire need of food, Cuba has been getting shiploads of donated food from Mexico, Russia, China, Vietnam, and Bolivia. But did you know that US ships carry food and medicine to the island nation arrive on a regular basis?
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.
US Coast Guard Repatriates 29 Cuban MigrantsThe US Coast Guard announced Tuesday it has repatriated 29 Cubans to the island, following four interdictions off the Florida Keys.
Gov. DeSantis Joins GOP Congressional Delegation Calling On Biden To Do More In CubaSouth Florida congressional leaders, joined Thursday by Gov. Ron DeSantis, wrapped up a trip to Miami on Thursday by holding a discussion on what can be done to help people in Cuba suffering from food shortages, power outages, and government policies
Cuba Battling Soaring COVID-19 Cases As Hotels Become HospitalsSouth Florida isn't the only hot spot for COVID-19 infections, the surge in cases in the Cuban province of Ciego de Avila is leading officials to convert hotels into hospitals.
‘This Is About Freedom’: Republican Leaders Gather At Versailles For Another Cuba RallyIt’s been more than three weeks since Cubans took the streets of the troubled island, demanding the end of 62 years of communism.
Facing South Florida: Cuba’s Unrest ContinuesRosa Maria Paya, a Cuban activist, spoke with Jim DeFede about what is taking place on the island.
President Biden Expected To Announce New Sanctions On CubaPresident Joe Biden is meeting with Cuban-American leaders at the White House on Friday and is expected to announce new sanctions on Cuba in response to recent protests on the island.
Activists Say Hundreds Of Cuban Protesters Have Been Arrested Since Anti-Regime Demonstrations Broke OutSome protesters were forcefully arrested as they chanted “Patria y Vida” or “Homeland and Life,” the song that has become the anthem of frustration with the communist state.
Calls Continue For Cuban Embassy In DC To Be Shut DownOn Tuesday, conservative leaders demanded freedom for Cuba outside the U.S. Capitol Building.