The plural “Families” that has replaced “Family” in the new code is a recognition that today Cuban families take many different forms, beyond the nuclear family...
Author - Hope Bastian
Hope Bastian is a Havana based cultural anthropologist and the author of Everyday Adjustments in Havana: Economic Reforms, Mobility, and Emerging Inequalities. She visited Cuba for the first time the summer after graduating high school and moved there after college. In her day jobs she helps study abroad students discover the best parts of life in Cuba and teaches Cuban students about intangible cultural heritage. Her current research focuses on gender, public health and breastfeeding in Cuba. In her free time she is active in the LGBT community, supporting breastfeeding mothers with La Leche League and tending to her balcony garden.
Havana resident Hope Bastian gives us the inside scoop on what it's like to teletrabajar in Cuba.
When Cuba's #quédateencasa campaign began, people with products to sell in Havana started to use WhatsApp to take orders for delivery.
For more than a decade, Cubans have debated the introduction of GMOs to the island, with scientists and organic farmers calling for a process of consultation and public...
The telenovela has gained an importance in the everyday lives of Cubans in quarantine that we could have never imagined.