BELKIS, A JOURNALIST EXAMPLE OF COURAGE

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In the history of the Cuban culture she has insured a mention, my hometown colleague from Guantanamo Belkis Cuza Malé, residing at the moment in the United States has devoted to journalism during all her life and she is still active in a journalistic-cultural magazine of great acceptance also in Cuba: Line Lane Magazine. Descending from the first Malé Leer...

por Frank Correa | Publicado 2 years atrás
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Por Rogelio Fabio Hurtado el Sunday, 25 October, 2015
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A reader’s memories

Havana. Emma Pérez González Téllez Murcia, Spain. Spanish daughter of a Cuban military lived and made her first studies in Santa Clara. Graduate of Pedagogy in the University of Havana. Poet and Journalist, Among Leer...

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Por Tania Díaz Castro el Friday, 25 September, 2015
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Journalist of the exile

Havana. Long lines of Cuban journalists, whose voices were known in the whole island during the Republic, went towards the political exile of the United States. Journalists, who used to carry out an extremely chancy Leer...

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Por Osniel Carmona Breijo el Tuesday, 25 August, 2015
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Ethical disaster

Havana. The official journalism is full with debts, especially because of the contextual balance that offers the reported phenomena and the way of representing – in case that all are included – the parts Leer...

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Por Osniel Carmona Breijo el Friday, 21 August, 2015
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The lesson of Obama

Havana. Once and again the president of the United States, Mr. Barak Obama, demonstrates that he is a politician of the XXI century, and that it is not necessary to be a communist or to belong to some of the populist Leer...

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Por Tania Díaz Castro el Tuesday, 28 July, 2015
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Letters of a long failure to the editorial board

Havana. Not Raúl Castro knew the consequences that would have his words, those that he pronounced in September of 2007, when it urged the Cubans to speak clear: ¨ Everything that is wanted to speak, with courage, Leer...

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Por Osniel Carmona Breijo el Tuesday, 30 June, 2015
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“Batteries and boots on”

Havana. After several rounds of conversations, the delay in the concretion of the relationships Cuba-USA begins to generate uncertainties and, for moments, of this side of the bank it seems to have died the frenzy Leer...

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Por Tania Díaz Castro el Tuesday, 30 June, 2015
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The first cuban independent and annexionist newspaper

 La Havana. Cuba was not of the first American colonies that had a cultural advance in the society in its first years. Only starting from March 11, 1820 when in Spain the printing freedom was proclaimed, the Cubans Leer...

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Por Ramon Diaz Marzo el Tuesday, 23 June, 2015
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Reflection about journalism during the tyranny of Batista

Havana. Communist and anticommunist, left people, of center and right, they know that the government of Fulgencio Cambric was a tyranny and that the “democracy” was quoted, but the freedom of the press, Leer...

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Por Tania Díaz Castro el Tuesday, 23 June, 2015
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Cuba was a country of newspapers and free magazines

Havana. It can be undoubtedly said that Cuba enjoyed a true press for over hundred seventy six years. Starting from 1959, with the beginning of the Castro dictatorship, Fidel Castro decided to reduce to the maximum Leer...