Jorge Olivera Castillo has spent his entire life fighting for freedom of expression, and paying dearly for it.
Author - Erin Goodman
Erin Goodman has been an editor and a contributor at Startup Cuba. She is a longtime follower of US-Cuba relations and contemporary Cuban culture. Erin first traveled to Havana in 2002, and later founded a travel and translation company, taking groups of women to Havana with a focus on the arts and entrepreneurship. She has translated for The New York Times, OnCuba Travel, and many other publications.
A Startup Cuba exclusive interview with the folks behind the scenes of Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado
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Puerto Rican drummer and grammy winner Henry Cole has launched a new craft music movement with La Música Artesanal.
The San Isidro Movement is a group of Cuban artists, journalists and academics founded by Luis Manuel Otero Alcantara, a 32-year-old self-taught performance artist known...
Photojournalist Greg Kahn explores the role that fashion, style, and trends play in defining millennial identity in Havana.
Author Alvaro Santana-Acuña talks to us about his new book Ascent to Glory, and Gabriel García Márquez's ties to Cuba and self-imposed quarantine.
Cuban-American artist and illustrator Edel Rodríguez's work has been on the covers of Time, Newsweek, and more. He believes art is a tool for social change.