This is a shocking book. Keith Bolender's "Voices from the Other Side" offers testimony from Cuban victims of U. S. terror.
Was the killing of Osama bin Laden justified? The questions remain: What is terrorism? Who are terrorists? And how does one best oppose them?
Unfortunately, some in U.S. corporate and foreign policy circles still consider Cuba and the rest of Latin America "our backyard."
Former President Jimmy Carter's call for ending the U.S. economic blockade of the island and freeing the Cuban Five is a major breakthrough.
"Once we die, all that remains are the remembrances of what we've done while we were here..." It is because of this belief that John Gilman felt compelled to put into his own words his life story - and quite a story it is.
The strengthening of the Republican Party is particularly dangerous for Latin America.
Two new films from Latin America dramatize the progressive histories of Cuba and Brazil: one an allegory, the other a biopic of a charismatic leader.
The corporate media and especially the right in the U.S. are trying to "prove" that socialism has only brought poverty to Cuba, but a look at the region shows this is not remotely true.
On Tuesday morning, September 7, friends of justice all over the world were saddened by the passing of Reverend Lucius Walker, Executive Director of IFCO/Pastors for Peace.
July 26, 1953 was the start of the movement to overthrow Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista -- and the Cuban Revolution.