Cuba: Protesters move from social media to the streets | The Listening Post

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Published Jul 17, 2021, 5:51 PM
Cuba is witnessing something historic - the biggest anti-government demonstrations in 60 years - and the authorities have imposed temporary blocks on the internet, making credible media coverage and reliable information that much harder to find.

Contributors:
Mónica Rivero Cabrera - Cuban journalist
Tracey Eaton - Cuba Money Project
Angelo R Guisado - Center for Constitutional Rights
José Jasán Nieves - Editor-in-chief, El Toque

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Contributors:
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