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Cuba

The death of Fidel Castro last Friday was a fitting moment to assess his life as a whole. It is unfortunate but not surprising …


Cuba

Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz died in Havana, Cuba last week at the age of 90, his body and mind wasted after a long illness …


Cuba

Over the past 20 years, VOC has worked hard to educate Americans about the realities of communism around the world and to give a …


Cuba Our Lady in Havana

Cuba boasts that it has one of the world’s best healthcare systems and that it provides some of the best doctors out there. But …


Cuba Our Lady in Havana

Since the Revolution of 1959, Cuba has been deprived of information. Media and newspapers are heavily censored. Only Party officials, embassies, and a few …


Cuba Our Lady in Havana

It is no surprise that Cuba is ranked as one of the most censored countries of the world. According to Freedom House, “Cuba has …


Cuba Our Lady in Havana

Lots of things are forbidden in Cuba: unfettered Internet access, leaving the country without authorization, and free protest, just to mention a few. Some …


Communism Cuba Education

Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC) and YouGov have conducted a groundbreaking survey called “The Annual Report on U.S. Attitudes towards Socialism.” The full …


Cuba Our Lady in Havana

From city views to daily life, these pictures of Cuba will give you a better idea of what life is like on the socialist …


Cuba Venezuela

Venezuela and Cuba share the joys of a Carribean climate, the Spanish language, delicious food, and great music. But they also share the five …