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  • Monument to the Korean Workers Party, Pyongyang
    Freedom of Speech Roundup

    The week’s top news on freedom of expression, journalists in danger, artists in exile, and banned literature. Featured this week: freedom of religion in North Korea, how internet actually works in China, German-Bulgarian writer and NSA critic Ilija Trojanov denied entry into US.

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  • Cuban Newrrative
    Video Panel: Antología Nuevarrativa Cubana

    Video chat en vivo centrado en la antología Nuevarrativa Cubana. La conversación reúne a la autora Lien Carrazana Lau (Madrid), el artista Danilo Maldonado Machado “El Sexto” (La Haya), la editora Elena Victoria Molina (Barcelona), y al escritor Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo.

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  • Artwork by Luis Trápaga
    A Message for Grethel by Ahmel Echevarría Peré

    Writer, photographer, and editor, Ahmel Echevarría Peré is the author of the novels Pastel Para Pitbulls, La Noria, and Búfalos Camino al Matadero. His short stories have appeared in numerous anthologies. He is a regular contributor to independent Cuban affairs online magazines.

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  • Artwork by Luis Trápaga
    Un Mensaje Para Grethel por Ahmel Echevarría Peré

    Narrador, fotógrafo, y editor, Ahmel Echevarría Peré es autor de las novelas Pastel Para Pitbulls, La Noria, y Búfalos Camino al Matadero. Sus cuentos hand sido incluídos en varias antologías de literatura cubana. Como columnista colabora con revistas digitales independiente.

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  • Che Mercedes Ad Campaign
    Che: Until Defeat Always

    The mythical representation of the Che Guevara icon has been undoubtedly useful propaganda for the Cuban government, but, argues Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo, the most surprising, unexpected blow to the myth is capitalism’s appropriation of his image as a kind of trademark.

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  • Che Mercedes Ad Campaign
    Che: Until Defeat Always (Spanish Text)

    The mythical representation of the Che Guevara icon has been undoubtedly useful propaganda for the Cuban government, but, argues Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo, the most surprising, unexpected blow to the myth is capitalism’s appropriation of his image as a kind of trademark.

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  • Pablo Neruda
    Freedom of Speech Roundup

    The week’s top news on freedom of expression, journalists in danger, artists in exile, and banned literature. Featured this week: Banned Books Week, PEN International passes resolution on Tibet, Chile investigates Pablo Neruda’s death, and jailed Pussy Riot member on hunger strike.

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