Regis talks about conditions in Cuban prisons.
“We were pronounced guilty and given long sentences.”
sented the island when it still had a seat in the Spanish courts, and he was the first one who taught Cubans to think as Cubans instead of as Spaniards that
How freedom of religion is suppressed in Cuba.
Regis discusses how and why he became a dissident.
Regis talks about the life of an ordinary Cuban.
Regis discusses the Christian Liberation Movement, a nonviolent opposition group in Cuba.
Regis Iglesias Ramirez introduces himself.
“They won again because they have all the power.”
“By keeping 51 percent happy, it isn’t necessary to keep the others happy.”
“International support motivates the people.”
edo” be like? [“Cholo” can be a Spanish slur referring to someone who is native South American or racially mixed] Discrimination. Today we
“The youth of the world must never lose the ability to become outraged in their search for dignity, for being just and being free.”
"The only free expression is in favor of the regime."
“It is a very long, tiresome struggle.”
Fidel discusses how other freedom advocates and movements have inspired him.
“Every Cuban feels violated and watched.”
“They caught the regime by surprise."
Fidel Suarez discusses his background.
What the outside world can do to support Cuban dissidents.