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Now you too can protest in Cuba… virtually

Via Pedazos de la Isla:

Website allows users to virtually protest in Havana, #Cuba

 

 

Are you a Cuban living on the outside- or perhaps someone from another nationality- who has wanted to participate in a protest on the island? Now, a new initiative gives you the chance to fulfill this wish…at least virtually.

The German-based human rights organization known as The International Society of Human Rights, or Internationale Gesellschaft für Menschenrechte (IGFM), launched a new campaign dubbed “UnSilence“, which uses an online platform to allow people throughout the world to join protests in countries under totalitarian regimes which violate the human rights of their citizens.  On the website, there are countries such as Iran, North Korea, and also Cuba.

To take part in the virtual protest in Havana, it’s simple.  First, visit the site at http://www.unsilence.de/. Once in the website, an introductory video will being with images of civic protests for freedom throughout the world- mainly of the recent Arab Spring.  After the introduction, a global map will appear, which you could “navigate” with your mouse to select a country where there is a demonstration taking place.  Once Cuba is clicked, users will be taken to Havana, where citizens have taken to the streets in the Civic Plaza, right in front of an image of Che Guevara.

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