Militant journalism: The role of journalism in class society and revolution

Frank González, of Prensa Latina, discusses the considerations journalism's role in revolution.

Cuba’s state in revolution

"Nobody can deny that we made an army and that from the beginning we have inculcated gentlemanly and humane principles to that army. …...

The U.S. agenda in Cuba remains counter-revolution

An historic victory for the Cuban people, a new phase in the struggle.

Exposed: Three USAID plots to destabilize Cuba

1) ZunZuneo Ever since the people’s victory in 1959, U.S. imperialism has made it a top priority to overthrow the Cuban Revolution and bring back...

Cuba: ‘for families free of homophobia’

An interview with Mariela Castro The following interview by Dalia González Delgado originally appeared in Granma Internacional. Director of the National Sex Education Center (CENESEX) and...

Celia Sánchez: Icon of the Cuban Revolution

Review of “One Day in December: Celia Sánchez and the Cuban Revolution” Nancy Stout’s biography of Celia Sánchez, “One Day in December: Celia Sánchez and...
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The Making of the Cuban Revolution

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcg6BLhbxAQ&feature=youtu.be featuring PSL leader Gloria La Riva

Interview with ex-CIA collaborator Raúl Capote

Former CIA collaborator, Cuban Raúl Capote, reveals the strategy of the CIA in Venezuelan universities to create a destabilizing opposition student movement.

Unity is Our Strategic Weapon

Speech given by Raúl Castro Ruz, General of the Cuban Army, and President of the Council of State and Ministries, at the Fifth Ordinary Period of Sessions for the Seventh Legislature of the National Assembly of People's Power, at the Convention Center in Havana, August 1, 2010, "The 52nd Year of the Revolution".

A Marxist analysis of Cuba’s new economic reforms

It is more important than ever for communists, in general, and the Party for Socialism and Liberation, specifically, to state our position on the Cuban Revolution. The capitalist media, the government, legions of academics and think tank policy "experts" are busy at work defining the current stage of the Cuban Revolution, and assessing major political and economic pronouncements made by Cuba and its individual leaders in recent weeks.