Noticias — Payá
Declaración de rechazo a la prohibición del gobierno cubano de ingreso a los ex presidentes Andrés Pastrana y Jorge Tuto Quiroga
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La entrada Declaración de rechazo a la prohibición del gobierno cubano de ingreso a los ex presidentes Andrés Pastrana y Jorge Tuto Quiroga se publicó primero en Cuba Decide.
Does This Cuban Millennial Hold the Key to Freedom Young Americans Are Forgetting?
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Ibis Valdés is a Young Voices advocate and a graduate of international law and human rights. She is an organizer with Engage Miami, a nonprofit that elevates the youth voice in South Florida elections. Opinions presented here belong solely to the author.
On the evening of December 6, I sat down at a café near Little Havana in Miami to drink coffee with one of Cuba’s most visionary freedom fighters. Rosa María Payá is a 28-year-old activist with a background in physics and a prolific track record in human rights advocacy. Publications like Fox News, The Atlantic, and The Washington Post have featured her referendum initiative, which has been discussed by the UN General Assembly and by heads of state like President Trump.