Thousands rally in Tbilisi demanding freedom for imprisoned former president

The former president insists he is the victim of political persecutionOriginally published on Global VoicesA woman at Thursday’s protest held a rose aloft, symbolizing the Rose Revolution which swept Saakashvili to power in 2003. Photo: Mariam Nikuradze/OC Media. This article by Shota Kincha was first published on OC Media. An edited version is republished here … Continue reading “Thousands rally in Tbilisi demanding freedom for imprisoned former president”

No hatred nor pity: Just let me live in my own body

You have to be brave to defend the validity of your bodyOriginally published on Global VoicesDrawing by Lucia Jiménez Peñuela, designed by Giovana Fleck. In Colombia, the average height is 1.54 m for women and 1.71 m for men. Cisgender men and women that is, of course. My body, which is 1.88 m tall, attracts attention now … Continue reading “No hatred nor pity: Just let me live in my own body”

Peter Telfer, the Trinidadian percussionist who made African drumming a church staple, goes to his Creator

‘Peter’s mission was clear and he never relented; is he fault we could do de ting now’Originally published on Global VoicesTrinbagonian musician Peter Telfer, who died on October 15, 2021. Screenshot taken from the music video for Kutunza Uhuru (Cherish Freedom) by Mawasi Experience on YouTube, from the album of the same name. Video by … Continue reading “Peter Telfer, the Trinidadian percussionist who made African drumming a church staple, goes to his Creator”

L’effacement des Dalits ou le raté de Rolling Stone India

Appropriation culturelle de voix marginalisées en Asie du SudPublié à l’origine sur Global Voices en FrançaisCapture d’écran du clip Enjoy Enjaami de Dhee ft. Arivu via YouTube. Fair use. [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages en anglais, ndt.] Le magazine de culture pop Rolling Stone India et la plateforme musicale Maajja ont … Continue reading “L’effacement des Dalits ou le raté de Rolling Stone India”

Chinese movie ‘The Battle of Lake Changjin’ turns the painful history of the Korean War into a glorious victory

A former investigative reporter was arrested for criticizing the filmOriginally published on Global VoicesA screenshot from the official “Battle of Changjin Lake” trailer on Youtube. A former investigative reporter Luo Changping was recently arrested for mocking the newly released propaganda movie, “The Battle at Lake Changjin” (or Chosin Reservoir), a war drama featuring the People’s … Continue reading “Chinese movie ‘The Battle of Lake Changjin’ turns the painful history of the Korean War into a glorious victory”

Fake vaccine passport scandal revealed in Armenia

Police detained six health workers for distributing fake vaccine certificatesOriginally published on Global VoicesA vaccination station in Yerevan. Photo: Robin Fabbro/OC Media. This article by Ani Avetisyan was first published on OC Media. An edited version is republished here under a content partnership agreement. Six health workers were detained in the Gyumri Family Medical center … Continue reading “Fake vaccine passport scandal revealed in Armenia”

Turkey and Armenia ready to ‘normalize relations’ after nearly 30 years

Relations between the nations have been strained since 1993Originally published on Global Voices“The Turkish border” by Dumphasizer is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 Turkey closed its border with Armenia in 1993 during the first Karabakh war in a show of solidarity with its long-time ally Azerbaijan. Almost three decades later, Turkey is considering reopening that … Continue reading “Turkey and Armenia ready to ‘normalize relations’ after nearly 30 years”

Le plus grand scandale financier de l’histoire du Mozambique passe en jugement

Des « dettes cachées » ont été contractées entre 2013 et 2014Publié à l’origine sur Global Voices en FrançaisUne capture d’écran de la diffusion par Televisão de Mozambique du procès des « dettes cachées ». Source : YouTube – août 2021 [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages en portugais, ndt.] Le … Continue reading “Le plus grand scandale financier de l’histoire du Mozambique passe en jugement”

L’Azerbaïdjan prolonge son régime spécial de quarantaine

De plus, de nouveaux règlements entreront en vigueur en septembrePublié à l’origine sur Global Voices en Français« Les Flame Towers de Bakou », photo de wilth sous licence CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages web en anglais, ndt.] Le gouvernement azerbaïdjanais a annoncé le 28 août qu’il prolongerait … Continue reading “L’Azerbaïdjan prolonge son régime spécial de quarantaine”

COVID-19, vaccination and the progress of the global healthcare system

‘… obesity may serve to spread serious COVID illness to lower age groups’ Originally published on Global VoicesCOVID-19 illustration by Svetlozar Hristov, used under Pixabay license. By late September some 50 per cent of the world’s population had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and over 6 billion doses had been administered. … Continue reading “COVID-19, vaccination and the progress of the global healthcare system”

Could Miami show Trinidad and Tobago how to safely pull off Carnival in a pandemic?

‘Hoping that it wasn’t a super spreader’Originally published on Global VoicesMiami Broward Carnival 2014. Photo by Kwan Wallace on Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0. Miami Carnival, a popular community event that is primarily fashioned after Trinidad and Tobago’s annual Carnival celebrations, took place during the week of October 2-10. Many Trinbagonian performers, promoters, musicians and masqueraders … Continue reading “Could Miami show Trinidad and Tobago how to safely pull off Carnival in a pandemic?”

Alerte : la crise climatique aggrave les catastrophes météorologiques

Le réchauffement climatique induit par l’homme affecte le temps et le climat Publié à l’origine sur Global Voices en FrançaisUn feu de brousse australien en 2019 : capture d’écran de la vidéo d’ABC Four Corner Black Summer, le 3 février 2020 [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages web en anglais, ndt.] Le … Continue reading “Alerte : la crise climatique aggrave les catastrophes météorologiques”

Global Voices seeks researchers to participate in our Civic Media Observatory projects

Originally published on Global Voices Illustration by Alex Esenler, used with permission. Global Voices is seeking media ecosystem analysts to work as researchers in our Civic Media Observatory. We are presently seeking researchers with expertise in the following countries and languages: India (Hindi, Bangla, Assamese, English), Pakistan (Urdu, English), Bangladesh (Bangla), Afghanistan (Dari, Pashto), Mali … Continue reading “Global Voices seeks researchers to participate in our Civic Media Observatory projects”

Combatting stereotypes: The need to recognize male victims of wartime sexual violence in Bosnia

Justice cannot be achieved if men don’t feel comfortable speaking out Originally published on Global Voices Screenshot from the documentary film Uspomene 677. Photo: Mirko Pincelli/PCRC, used with permission. This article by Alec Anderson and Chiara Zardoni was originally published on Balkan Diskurs, a project of the Post-Conflict Research Center (PCRC). An edited version is republished by Global Voices as … Continue reading “Combatting stereotypes: The need to recognize male victims of wartime sexual violence in Bosnia”

Oppression croissante en Iran alors qu’Ebrahim Raisi entame son mandat présidentiel

L’ancien chef de la Cour suprême a remporté l’élection Publié à l’origine sur Global Voices en Français Ebrahim Raisi a voté pour l’élection présidentielle à la mosquée Ershad, le 18 juin 2021. Photo de Maryam Kamyab, sous licence (CC BY 4.0) [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages web en anglais, ndt.] … Continue reading “Oppression croissante en Iran alors qu’Ebrahim Raisi entame son mandat présidentiel”

Prince Charles calls on Australia’s Prime Minister to attend Glasgow global climate change conference

The “last chance saloon” to take action on the climate crisis Originally published on Global Voices A video Screenshot of BBC News’ Climate Editor Justin Rowlatt interviewing Prince Charles (October 11, 2021) Prince Charles has urged Australia’s Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, to attend the Glasgow Climate Conference COP26. He referred to the meeting as “the … Continue reading “Prince Charles calls on Australia’s Prime Minister to attend Glasgow global climate change conference”

How Namadingo is uniting generations of Malawian musicians through Reggae duet mashups

The songs have prompted positive reactions and increased patriotism among Malawians Originally published on Global Voices A screenshot of Namadingo’s mashup YouTube video featuring Lucius Banda What happens when musicians from three different generations unite for a musical mashup? Something truly magical is born. That is what happened in 2020 when Malawian Musician Patience Namadingo … Continue reading “How Namadingo is uniting generations of Malawian musicians through Reggae duet mashups”

Données personnelles en Ukraine : qui les vend en ligne et pourquoi ?

Un chatbot Telegram vendant des données personnelles a été découvert Publié à l’origine sur Global Voices en Français Image par Gerd Altmann, Pixabay. [L’article original a été publié le 21/10/2020. Sauf indication contraire, les liens cités sont en ukrainien, ndt.] Ukrainiennes et Ukrainiens prennent lentement conscience de l’importance de protéger les données depuis que plusieurs fuites … Continue reading “Données personnelles en Ukraine : qui les vend en ligne et pourquoi ?”

Three graphics that explain Portuguese colonialism

From occupation to war, we dismantled myths of Portuguese colonialism Originally published on Global Voices Image based on a photograph by Bruno Martins (via Unsplash) This article by Ruth Correia was first published on The Interruptor in Portuguese on May 28, 2021. An English translation has been republished here under a content partnership agreement and … Continue reading “Three graphics that explain Portuguese colonialism”

China’s reputation challenged by perceptions of low-quality projects and products in Ethiopia

Concerns about Chinese infrastructure and product quality aren’t unique to Ethiopia Originally published on Global Voices “Sunset on the rising city: Addis Ababa” by jeanotr is licensed under CC BY 2.0 edited by Giovana Fleck/Global Voices Mahlet Fantahun contributed to this article.  One of the most striking elements of the discourse about China in Ethiopia is how official governmental … Continue reading “China’s reputation challenged by perceptions of low-quality projects and products in Ethiopia”

Décès en Jamaïque de la première poétesse dub, Jean « Binta » Breeze

Elle s’est imposée dans un genre dominé par les hommesPublié à l’origine sur Global Voices en FrançaisLa poétesse dub jamaïcaine Jean « Binta » Breeze lors d’une performance. Photo par Very Quiet sur Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0. [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages web en anglais, ndt.] Jean « Binta » … Continue reading “Décès en Jamaïque de la première poétesse dub, Jean « Binta » Breeze”

Décès en Jamaïque de la première poétesse dub, Jean « Binta » Breeze

Elle s’est imposée dans un genre dominé par les hommesPublié à l’origine sur Global Voices en FrançaisLa poétesse dub jamaïcaine Jean « Binta » Breeze lors d’une performance. Photo par Very Quiet sur Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0. [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages web en anglais, ndt.] Jean « Binta » … Continue reading “Décès en Jamaïque de la première poétesse dub, Jean « Binta » Breeze”

Décès en Jamaïque de la première poétesse dub, Jean « Binta » Breeze

Elle s’est imposée dans un genre dominé par les hommesPublié à l’origine sur Global Voices en FrançaisLa poétesse dub jamaïcaine Jean « Binta » Breeze lors d’une performance. Photo par Very Quiet sur Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0. [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages web en anglais, ndt.] Jean « Binta » … Continue reading “Décès en Jamaïque de la première poétesse dub, Jean « Binta » Breeze”

La révélation Khaby Lame : citoyenneté italienne et créateurs noirs de contenu sur TikTok

« Peut-être que je peux changer les lois avec ma popularité »Publié à l’origine sur Global Voices en FrançaisLe puzzle noir et blanc TikTok. L’illustration de Christoph Scholz est sous licence CC BY-SA 2.0 [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages web en anglais, ndt.] Le 10 août 2021, Khabane Lame [fr], mieux connu … Continue reading “La révélation Khaby Lame : citoyenneté italienne et créateurs noirs de contenu sur TikTok”

Dark tales from Uruguay: How mothers and grandmothers search for victims of the Cold War

Uruguayan author tells a story of courage during tumultuous times.Originally published on Global VoicesScreenshot of Mariana Zaffaroni and her grandmother Ester Gatti de Islas, on Youtube/Canal 5 Uruguay. A new book by Uruguayan author Tessa Bridal traces the stories of the women who search for their missing loved ones during a painful time in the … Continue reading “Dark tales from Uruguay: How mothers and grandmothers search for victims of the Cold War”

Dark tales from Uruguay: How mothers and grandmothers search for victims of the Cold War

Uruguayan author tells a story of courage during tumultuous times.Originally published on Global VoicesScreenshot of Mariana Zaffaroni and her grandmother Ester Gatti de Islas, on Youtube/Canal 5 Uruguay. A new book by Uruguayan author Tessa Bridal traces the stories of the women who search for their missing loved ones during a painful time in the … Continue reading “Dark tales from Uruguay: How mothers and grandmothers search for victims of the Cold War”

Dark tales from Uruguay: How mothers and grandmothers search for victims of the Cold War

Uruguayan author tells a story of courage during tumultuous times.Originally published on Global VoicesScreenshot of Mariana Zaffaroni and her grandmother Ester Gatti de Islas, on Youtube/Canal 5 Uruguay. A new book by Uruguayan author Tessa Bridal traces the stories of the women who search for their missing loved ones during a painful time in the … Continue reading “Dark tales from Uruguay: How mothers and grandmothers search for victims of the Cold War”

Changement climatique dans le Pacifique : le « temps presse » pour éviter la catastrophe

Les États insulaires du Pacifique demandent à l’Australie d’agirPublié à l’origine sur Global Voices en FrançaisAction du groupe fidjien Pacific Island Represent avant le forum sur la vulnérabilité climatique – Suva, Fidji, 2018. Photo de Kurt Petersen de l’organisme Greenpeace, utilisée avec son aimable autorisation. [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens de ce billet renvoient … Continue reading “Changement climatique dans le Pacifique : le « temps presse » pour éviter la catastrophe”

‘Sindyanna of Galilee’: Extending the olive branch between Arabs and Israelis

Sales of award-winning olive oil worldwide helped empower 300 Arab womenOriginally published on Global VoicesSindyana of Galilee reinvests returns from its locally-produced products back into the community, through empowering Arab women. Image from its website. In 1996 Hadas Lahav, a Jewish Israeli social activist, had a vision: a future of Arab-Israeli coexistence. That same year, … Continue reading “‘Sindyanna of Galilee’: Extending the olive branch between Arabs and Israelis”

‘Sindyanna of Galilee’: Extending the olive branch between Arabs and Israelis

Sales of award-winning olive oil worldwide helped empower 300 Arab womenOriginally published on Global VoicesSindyana of Galilee reinvests returns from its locally-produced products back into the community, through empowering Arab women. Image from its website. In 1996 Hadas Lahav, a Jewish Israeli social activist, had a vision: a future of Arab-Israeli coexistence. That same year, … Continue reading “‘Sindyanna of Galilee’: Extending the olive branch between Arabs and Israelis”

La Russie accuse l’Azerbaïdjan de violer le cessez-le-feu signé avec l’Arménie

Auparavant, Moscou hésitait à attribuer la responsabilité du conflit. Publié à l’origine sur Global Voices en FrançaisAzerbaïdjanais fêtant leur victoire dans le Karabagh. CC BY-SA 4.0 [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens de ce billet renvoient vers des pages web en anglais, ndt.] Les autorités russes ont accusé l’Azerbaïdjan d’avoir enfreint l’accord de cessez-le-feu signé … Continue reading “La Russie accuse l’Azerbaïdjan de violer le cessez-le-feu signé avec l’Arménie”

Indigenous reporters risk death telling stories of community liberation in Colombia

Indigenous reporters are not always considered journalists despite informing from the field.Originally published on Global Voices“Micrófono en mano”: A painting on the wall of the indigenous radio station in Corinto, Cauca. Photo by Willian Mavisoy Muchavisoy. Peace has not yet reached Cauca in southwestern Colombia despite a peace agreement signed five years ago. This year, … Continue reading “Indigenous reporters risk death telling stories of community liberation in Colombia”

Au Kazakhstan, l’utilisation de matériaux bas de gamme pour un nouveau projet urbain interpelle

De coûteux bâtiments s’effritent en quelques moisPublié à l’origine sur Global Voices en FrançaisMausolée de Khoja Ahmed Yasawi au Turkestan. Photo de Ken et Nyetta [profil disparu, ndt], Wikimedia Commons, CC 2.0.[Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens de ce billet renvoient vers des pages web en anglais, ndt.] La ville de Turkestan, dans le sud … Continue reading “Au Kazakhstan, l’utilisation de matériaux bas de gamme pour un nouveau projet urbain interpelle”

Female foeticide to football in Nepal

The triumph of an unwanted daughterOriginally published on Global VoicesSrijana Singh Thakuri in 2008 as a student in Surkhet. Photo: Kopila Valley via Nepali Times, used with permission. This article written by Srijana Singh Thakuri was published in the Nepali Times. An edited version is republished by Global Voices as part of a content-sharing agreement. … Continue reading “Female foeticide to football in Nepal”

En Thaïlande, réponse policière musclée face aux manifestations contre la gabegie sanitaire

Au moins 18 personnes ont été arrêtées pour y avoir participéPublié à l’origine sur Global Voices en FrançaisDes manifestants, rassemblés au Monument de la Victoire, s’apprêtent à se diriger vers la caserne du 1er Régiment d’infanterie. Photo de Prachatai [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens de ce billet renvoient vers des pages web en thaï, … Continue reading “En Thaïlande, réponse policière musclée face aux manifestations contre la gabegie sanitaire”

Jamaica forced to dump 55,000 doses as COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy persists

Only about 10 per cent of Jamaica’s population is fully vaccinatedOriginally published on Global VoicesA close-up of an AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine vial. Photo by John Twohig on Flickr, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0. At midnight on September 30, the Jamaican government found itself having to do away with 55,000 expired doses of the Astra Zeneca COVID-19 vaccine … Continue reading “Jamaica forced to dump 55,000 doses as COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy persists”

Why are Czech elites being captured by Beijing narratives? 

The Czech government’s attitude to China has been changingOriginally published on Global VoicesIllustration by Giovana Fleck. Used with permission When it comes to Beijing’s ability to co-opt the leadership of countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), the Czech Republic provides an interesting case. The Sino-Czech elite capture story illustrates how corporate ambitions … Continue reading “Why are Czech elites being captured by Beijing narratives? “

Les Cubains ne souhaitent pas seulement la levée de l’embargo

Mais aussi nourriture et médicaments, démocratie et libertéPublié à l’origine sur Global Voices en FrançaisUne rue de la Havane, par Pedro Szekely/Flickr, sous licence CC BY-SA 2.0 [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages web en anglais, ndt.] Cet article a été rédigé à Cuba par un·e auteur·e anonyme sous le pseudonyme … Continue reading “Les Cubains ne souhaitent pas seulement la levée de l’embargo”

Kenyan government’s use of surveillance technologies to tackle COVID-19 raises human rights concerns

People suspected of having COVID-19 were tracked using telecommunications dataOriginally published on Global VoicesThe Kenyan government is using digital surveillance technologies such as contact tracing to curb human contact-related COVID-19 infections. Image by Nicola since 1972 is licensed under CC BY 2.0 In August this year, misconfigured power apps from Microsoft led more than a thousand web apps … Continue reading “Kenyan government’s use of surveillance technologies to tackle COVID-19 raises human rights concerns”

En Inde, les entreprises de médias sociaux responsables du contenu généré par les utilisateurs ?

Twitter n’a pas respecté la nouvelle loi indiennePublié à l’origine sur Global Voices en FrançaisSiège social de Twitter à San Francisco, États-Unis. Image via Wikimedia Commons de FASTILY (CC BY-SA-4.0). [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens de ce billet renvoient vers des pages web en anglais, ndt.] Depuis le 16 juin dernier, Twitter n’est plus protégé … Continue reading “En Inde, les entreprises de médias sociaux responsables du contenu généré par les utilisateurs ?”

Philippines will allow casinos on world-famous Boracay Island despite local opposition

Authorities say casinos would generate more revenue for the governmentOriginally published on Global VoicesThe famous white powder beach of Boracay island. Photo by Mong Palatino, used with permission The Philippines’ top beach destination, Boracay Island, is in danger of being transformed into an exclusive gambling and tourism haven for the rich, making it inaccessible to … Continue reading “Philippines will allow casinos on world-famous Boracay Island despite local opposition”

‘Kazakh language is perfect for rap’: Interview with cultural commentator Yevgeniya Plakhina

Linguistic and cultural diversity enrich Kazakhstan’s contemporary music sceneOriginally published on Global VoicesA screenshot from Gost Entertainment’s YouTube channel featuring the song “Agha” with lyrics in Kazakh. Kazakhstan embraced independence 30 years ago, yet is still actively nation-building around language, shared history, and cultural diversity with the over 100 ethnic groups living in the vast … Continue reading “‘Kazakh language is perfect for rap’: Interview with cultural commentator Yevgeniya Plakhina”

Flower power: Trinidad James irritates compatriots with sneaker brand misnomer

‘Keep we name out allyuh mouth [if] y’all gonna keep dragging the flag’Originally published on Global VoicesTrinidadian-American rapper Trinidad James, performing at 2013’s Under The Influence Tour in Toronto, Canada. Photo by The Come Up Show on Flickr, CC BY-ND 2.0. United States-based Trinidadian-American rapper Trinidad James, probably best known for his 2012 debut single … Continue reading “Flower power: Trinidad James irritates compatriots with sneaker brand misnomer”

Pandora Papers: Sixteen Nepalis have illegally invested in offshore companies in overseas tax havens

Government inaction is encouraging Nepalis to invest in tax havensOriginally published on Global VoicesThe Pandora Papers is a global investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), in collaboration with more than 140 media outlets around the world. Image via Record Nepal and Pandora Papers. Used with Permission. This article by investigative journalists Krishna … Continue reading “Pandora Papers: Sixteen Nepalis have illegally invested in offshore companies in overseas tax havens”

A disappearing cross-border river becomes the subject of a Central Asian documentary

River of Nomads is a journey across an environmental disasterOriginally published on Global VoicesA still from the documentary River of Nomads, showing the effects of desertification on the Chu’s river bed. Shared with permission. Adamdar/CA, from Kazakh “people,” is a multimedia platform, a small operation out of an office in Almaty, Kazakhstan’s largest city. It … Continue reading “A disappearing cross-border river becomes the subject of a Central Asian documentary”

Hong-Kong, les méfaits d’une censure banale

Ces photos censurées sont anodines. Où est donc le problème ?Publié à l’origine sur Global Voices en FrançaisLa Censure. Image créée par Oiwan Lam. [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages en anglais, ndt.] Toutes les censures ne sont pas sensationnelles ou spectaculaires. J’ai examiné un ensemble de données composé de milliers … Continue reading “Hong-Kong, les méfaits d’une censure banale”

Pakistan’s proposed media development authority could further curb freedom of media

Journalist bodies rejected the proposed PMDA bill Originally published on Global VoicesJournalists in London protest against the proposed Pakistan Media Development Authority (PMDA). Screenshot via YouTube by Murtaza Ali Shah. Fair use. In May 2021, the government of Pakistan proposed the formation of a new media regulatory authority called the Pakistan Media Development Authority (PMDA). … Continue reading “Pakistan’s proposed media development authority could further curb freedom of media”

Mozambique: innovative media initiative allows vulnerable groups to access information

The aim is to produce content for people with disabilitiesOriginally published on Global VoicesTV Surdo – broadcast on YouTube (Photo: screenshot) TV Surdo, an initiative created in 2008, aims to produce content for people with hearing and visual impairments. The television channel produces its own content, broadcasting on three television stations based in Maputo, Mozambique’s … Continue reading “Mozambique: innovative media initiative allows vulnerable groups to access information”

Hope amid scarcity and fear: Cuba after July’s historic protests

Cubans still do not know what happened to arrested protestorsOriginally published on Global VoicesImage made by Giovana Fleck/Global Voices. This article was written by an @author@ in Cuba under the pseudonym Luis Rodriguez to protect their anonymity. The accompanying Cuban music playlist below is courtesy of Global Voices and Spotify. It has been over two … Continue reading “Hope amid scarcity and fear: Cuba after July’s historic protests”