Cuba

July 11, 2024

MSMEs, travel companions or stowaways?

If the labor pains to get the MSMEs to be born in Cuba were intense, it seems that the postpartum pains are just as acute. La entrada MSMEs, travel companions or stowaways? se publicó primero en OnCubaNews English.
July 11, 2024

U.S. Catholic bishops ask for dialogue and to remove Cuba from list of sponsors of terrorism

The U.S. religious hierarchy joins similar demands of other ecumenical groups and movements in the North American nation and other parts of the world. La entrada U.S. Catholic bishops ask for dialogue and to remove Cuba from list of sponsors of terrorism se publicó primero en OnCubaNews English.
July 8, 2024

Santa Catalina, the avenue of royal poincianas 

From La Víbora to Rancho Boyeros, or vice versa, the wide street was and continues to be a mandatory and beloved transit route for many Havana residents. La entrada Santa Catalina, the avenue of royal poincianas  se publicó primero en OnCubaNews English.
July 7, 2024

City ​​mirrors

With an inefficient drainage system, sometimes a drizzle is enough for hundreds of potholes and corners to reflect, on a murky surface, fragments of the city. La entrada City ​​mirrors se publicó primero en OnCubaNews English.
July 6, 2024

Law on Immigration: “Popular participation will have a direct impact on the final version”

The country’s highest immigration authority offers statements to OnCuba regarding controversial issues of the draft law that will soon be submitted to the National Assembly. La entrada Law on Immigration: “Popular participation will have a direct impact on the final version” se publicó primero en OnCubaNews English.
July 5, 2024

Something about humor and racism

Can we promote and produce anti-racist humor without having understood the causes that reproduce racism here and now? La entrada Something about humor and racism se publicó primero en OnCubaNews English.
July 5, 2024

Why Cuba is late in terms of renewable energy

Despite investments and attempts to give them more prominence, the participation of these sources in the Cuban energy system remains almost in the same place as ten years ago, below 5% of national production. La entrada Why Cuba is late in terms of renewable energy se publicó primero en OnCubaNews English.
July 3, 2024

Rainbow warriors are not afraid of the truth about themselves

Pierre Jean González and Cedric Leiba Jr. got Broadway eating out of their hands because they have plenty of inventiveness to confront the stratification of U.S. capitalism when it comes to gays, Latinos, blacks and the poor. La entrada Rainbow warriors are not afraid of the truth about themselves se publicó primero en OnCubaNews English.
July 3, 2024

Government adjusts its plans to “war economy” and announces “single” pricing policy

In the most recent meeting of the Council of Ministers, the Cuban authorities admitted an economic decrease compared to the previous estimate and presented a new package of measures to confront the crisis. La entrada Government adjusts its plans to “war economy” and announces “single” pricing policy se publicó primero en OnCubaNews English.
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