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Thirteen Years Later, Cuba's Black Spring Lives

Thirteen years ago today, the Castro regime arrested 75 Cuban dissidents and imprisoned them for the “crime” of voicing nonviolent opposition to the communist government.

Article by Christopher Walsh March 18, 2016 //   1 minute read

Thirteen years ago today, the Castro regime arrested 75 Cuban dissidents and imprisoned them for the “crime” of voicing nonviolent opposition to the communist government.

While U.S.-Cuban relations have thawed in the last year, the spirit of the Black Spring endures as the Castro regime denies its people fundamental freedoms and routinely jails peaceful dissidents.

The Cuban people deserve genuine freedom and democracy.  Learn more about the Black Spring and Cuba’s ongoing freedom moment from this short film available in English and Spanish.

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