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Oscar Biscet from Cuba

Dr. Óscar Elías Biscet and the Lawton Foundation for Human Rights present Revelando Cuba.

Produced and distributed in Cuba, this news program gives viewers in-depth context and analysis of international and domestic events.

Relevando Cuba also features commentary by Dr.Biscet and guest interviews, covering topics that affect the day-to-day lives of the Cuban people. This first-of-its-kind program will educate Cubans about important events they would otherwise not hear about from the island's government-controlled media. Revelando Cuba - episode one- is currently being distributed on the island.

Please spread the word about this new initiative. Subscribe to our Youtube page to learn about future episodes. You can also email the program at Revelandocuba@gmail.com.

1 comment to Oscar Biscet from Cuba

  • Honey

    I don't know the logistics of how they film this so clearly and are able to get it out to the world.
    And while the information is valuable, the setting is just as important to the meaning of the interview.
    We have a man, Biscet, who has been tortured in prison and kept from his loved ones, who is handsome, not broken, and sits with pride as he asks the questions of an interviewee who is like Biscet in these things.
    We have the walls behind them peeling, an example of the decay of the entire Castro experiment, and the room is unadorned, bare. Two giants with only words can show it all to the world.