An open letter against censorship of anti-Castro Cuban film in New York

We call on public and private institutions that sponsor the Havana Film Festival of New York to withdraw financial support to projects that go against the free and inclusive spirit of the city of New York and the Constitution of the United States.

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The 228 Incident is the Legacy of the Taiwanese People

Taiwan’s process of historical reflection and apology for the 228 massacre sets the nation apart from China in how the two countries deal with their individual and collective histories.

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Cartoon: Against the Wall

US Customs and Border Patrol said prototypes for the US-Mexico wall could begin being constructed in June.

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La Censura de Castro Contamina Al Havana Film Festival de Nueva York

“Todo lo que toca a la tiranía, se tiraniza al instante.”

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Castro Censorship Contaminates Havana Film Festival New York

“Castro-ism or no Castro-ism. To censor or not to censor. That is the key Cuban question.”

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This is How I Remember It
by  / January 27, 2017
"This is how I remember it, Bisi. This is how you left me: you pulled on your dress. You slipped on your shoes. You grabbed your bag. You picked up your phone. You walked out of the door." Read more...
The 228 Incident is the Legacy of the Taiwanese People
by  / March 24, 2017
Taiwan's process of historical reflection and apology for the 228 massacre sets the nation apart from China in how the two countries deal with their individual and collective histories. Read more...
Correcting Our Mutual Story: An Interview with Ethan Michaeli
by  / March 20, 2017
Ethan Michaeli, author of the "The Defender," on chronicling the history of the famous Black newspaper and the role of media in our current political climate. Read more...
The Writer’s Block: A Q&A with Sjón
by  / March 17, 2017
Sampsonia Way talks with Icelandic author Sjón about translation, point of view, and his revision process in his writing. Read more...

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