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Communism

The following statement was delivered at VOC Commemoration Events on June 9, 2016 in Washington, DC. My name is Sirley Ávila León. I am Cuban …


Baltics Communism

Under Soviet rule, mass deportations displaced thousands of men, women, and children across the Baltic states. One of the largest deportations–on 25 March, 1949–saw …

In advance of this weekend’s Oscar awards ceremony, the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC) is pleased to announce a new award to highlight …


Communism

Today marks the one-year anniversary of Dissident. Over this past year our blog has grown immensely, inspiring dissidents and educating our audience about the …


Communism USA

This Sunday’s Super Bowl made history. Not because it was Peyton Manning’s last game or because of running back Jonathan Stewart’s stylish touchdown leap. …


Communism Film

This month we saw the release of SPECTRE, the next undoubtedly exciting adventure in the career of fictional superspy James Bond. The film reportedly …


Communism

The life of Whittaker Chambers was as astonishing as it was complex. Throughout the course of his life, he was a communist, a conservative, …


Communism

[Editor’s Note: These remarks were delivered at the Triumph of Liberty Luncheon during the annual Victims of Communism Commemoration in Washington, D.C., on June 11, 2015. An …


Communism

A quarter of a century ago, Soviet Communism, the dark tyranny that had controlled dozens of nations and was responsible for the deaths of …


Communism Cuba

The past few months have been a pivotal time for Cuba. Last December, the US government announced the first steps towards normalizing diplomatic relations …