Dissidents in Cuba take to the streets, give brutal Castro dictatorship lesson in civility
Dissidents impart classes on civility and human rights out on the street
The Cuban political police impeded members of the Patriotic Union of Cuba (UNPACU) from getting in to one of the headquarters of the pro-freedom group in the La Ceiba neighborhood of Palma Soriano (which is also the home of activist Victor Campa Almenares) this past Sunday, March 17th. The dissidents had plans to hold a meeting inside the house to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Black Spring, but they instead decided to take their activity out to the street when they were continuously blocked from entering the house.
Yuniesky Domínguez González, one of the dissidents present, told this blog that they were surrounded by agents just a block away from the house. “At that moment, we decided to impart a class about human rights, civility, and social awareness, to the neighbors who were passing by and the oppressors. We started to explain the different Human Rights articles“.
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