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More on the tragic death of Laura Pollan

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-7OCjd_ApA0k/TpoU-nz-XhI/AAAAAAAAMtE/Ojkh_Mu5uSU/s1600/1297558806.jpg

Fabiola Santiago in the Miami Herald:

Founder of Cuba’s Ladies in White leaves legacy of courage

In Miami, Havana and cities around the world where she touched hearts and changed views on Cuba, Laura Pollán is being remembered as a woman of exceptional courage.

Investors Business Daily:

Cuba's Lady Of Valor

Freedom: Laura Pollan Toledo was a humble schoolteacher who led Cuba's defiant Ladies in White. She died Friday in Havana. But she left a legacy of untold courage that terrified Cuba's long-communist dictatorship.

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