Friday, May 20, 2022

Tag: Cuba

Painted version of NFT sending a freedom message about Cuba sells...

Marshington, a multimedia work that depicted the faces of Jose Marti and George Washington by Cuban filmmaker and artist Asiel Babastro that was exhibited...

Newsbreak December 1, 2021

Three students die and eight are injured in a school shooting in Oxford, Michigan. The Supreme Court begins oral arguments on the Mississippi abortion...

Hundreds protest in Little Havana against the Cuban crackdown (includes video...

Cuban exiles in Miami are taking the streets to protest the Communist-run government to allow more liberties. As the government pressed to shut down protests...

Newsbreak November 15, 2021

Cuban protests continue as the country reopens to tourists today. The Astroworld festival death toll rises to 10 after a 9-year-old boy dies from...

Asiel Babastro: The Cuban filmmaker who helped spark a revolt

Art is a communication tool that can reveal the truth. Beyond appealing to the emotions, it has been used by artists to denounce dictatorial...

Newsbreak November 4, 2021 (includes video)

Kids are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Nikolas Cruz appears in court again. The jury is set in the trial of the men...

Miami, see it like a local: Peter Pan “kid” and his...

The Tower of Snow, a sculpture built by Enrique Martínez Celaya in 2012, is meant to memorialize the author's own experience of exile and...

Newsbreak September 7, 2021

The United States surpassed 40 million total COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic, doctors across Cuba are using social media to criticize...

Amateur photographer bares the struggles of modern-day Cuba

It’s been more than a month since thousands of Cubans first took to the streets with a single and clear message: We want freedom....

Newsbreak, July 28, 2021

The CDC has recommended that vaccinated people start wearing masks again, the House select committee has begun its investigation into the Jan. 6 Capitol...