From the afternoon of July 1, 2019, four years after the announcement of the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between Havana and Washington, the Apostle stands vigilant and thoughtful in the U.S. capital. Martí’s constant concern for the independence of the Island and the continent was captured in bronze: the tired look, but alert; the serene posture; the imprint of the prison and the insatiable search for knowledge. Nothing escaped the artist’s hand. His presence at the Cuban embassy in the United States evokes the desire to bring together two peoples that are only narrowly separated by geography.
June 11, 2019
Since 2016 we have been denouncing the judicial, media and parliamentary coup against Dilma Rousseff, who was stripped from power, with the aim of destroying the Workers’ Party of Brazil (PT) and its historic leader Luiz Inacio “Lula” da Silva in order to prevent him from returning to the presidency.
Removing Dilma from power, replacing her with the usurper Michel Temer, launching a fierce persecution against Lula, imprisoning him without evidence, violating constitutional guarantees of the right to due process, and preventing him to be a candidate in the elections was the script used to prevent him from redirecting the destiny of Latin America’s largest country.