Human rights in Cuba — and Honduras

Human Rights in Cuba and Honduras, 2010: The Spring of Discontent

John M. Kirk, Dalhousie University, Emily J. Kirk, Cambridge University

The spring of 2010 has witnessed a plethora of articles in mainstream US
media on the human rights situation in Cuba, largely surrounding three
issues-the hunger strike (and eventual death) of Orlando Zapata Tamayo, that
of Guillermo Fariñas (still alive at the time of writing), and a series of
demonstrations by opponents of the government (and family members of
prisoners) known as the Ladies in White.

Read entire Cuba-L Direct analysis

You May Also Like