Fidel Castro
Granma sails for Cuban revolution

The boat, which sailed from Mexico carried Fidel Castro, his brother, Raúl Castro, Che Guevara, and Camilo Cienfuegos and other revolutionaries.

Cuba solidarity Anti-Imperialist Meeting in solidarity with Cuba concludes with call for resistance and unity

Representatives of hundreds of organizations from across the globe met in Havana, Cuba, to take part in the Anti-Imperialist Solidarity Meeting, for Democracy and against Neoliberalism.

Assassination of CHE GUEVARA 1967 Assassination of Comandante Che Guevara

Che was part of Fidel Castro’s 26th July Movement that overthrow the US-backed brutal dictatorship regime of Fulgencio Batista in Cuba.

oct 4 1965 Granma first publication October 4, 1965: First issue of Granma newspaper in Cuba

Granma is the official newspaper of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party

CUBA sanctions thumbnail US sanctions on Cuba explained

Peoples Dispatch takes look at the six-decade long brutal sanctions on Cuba imposed by the United States.

Cuban president votes during a referendum on the new constitution Cubans overwhelmingly vote in favor of the new constitution

With a vast majority having ratified the new socialist constitution for Cuba, we take a look at some of the crucial issues addressed in it and the whole of process of making it

Draft copy of new Cuban constitition “The Constitution is going to be the will of the Cuban people”

An Interview with Yamil Marero, Senior Official of the Cuban Institute for Friendship with the Peoples

189 countries unite to demand end to US sanctions on Cuba

The United Nations General Assembly voted by a margin of 189-2 to demand that the sanctions be withdrawn. The United States and Israel were the only countries that voted against the resolution.

A call for unity, heightened struggles in Latin America

At the third edition of the seminar, Latin America in Dispute, participants highlighted the need for strengthening democracy and fighting re-colonization

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