Carta de Cuba (Letter from Cuba) is an international magazine featuring work by independent Cuban journalists . The director of the publication is Jose Rivero Garcia, one of the leading Cuban dissident intellectuals during the 1980s and 1990s. The magazine was founded in 1995 in Puerto Rico by Cuban writer, poet, journalist, art critic, and political activist Carlos Franqui, in collaboration with Andres Candelario, a sociologist, and Mario I. Garcia, a political activist.
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“Education is a necessity, it helps to understand life. Like that compagnero in Cuba who talked about politics, back when they were on strike. He knew many things, that hijo de puta, and he unraveled the most confusing situations in a marvelous way. You could see each point in front of you on the line of his reasoning like rinsed laundry set up to dry; he explained things to you so clearly that you could grasp it like a good hunk of bread with your hand.”
—Jacques Roumain (19071945)