Program: SATS without Antonio G. Rodiles (November 16, 2012)
SATS will hold this session under an exceptional status, caused by the crackdown of our coordinator Antonio G. Rodiles, who’s being unfairly prosecuted by the Cuban judicial system and now absent from this program for the first time in two years.
Participating today are author, artist and human rights advocate Ailer Gonzalez, author Ángel Santiesteban, attorney Veizant Boloy, blogger Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo will lead.
The visit of Benedict XVI and operation Vow of Silence
A panel with Berta Soler, Wilfredo Vallin, Reinaldo Escobar, Ismael de Diego on the visit of Benedict XVI and the police operation called Vow of Silence, which repressed and try to silence the voice of Cuban civil society.
Futures and Visions of Cuba: Part I, Part II – Questions from the audience
Yoani Sanchez and Wilfredo Vallin – July 2011. Introducing the panel on futures and visions of Cuba meeting, held in Havana on July 16, 2011. Invited: Yoani Sanchez and Wilfredo Vallin. Moderator Antonio G. Rodilles.
Art and Literature Panel
We present the panel of art and literature. The moderation panel was led by Monica Lizabel. Ruben participated in panel Cruces (curator, project Xoho), Ciro Diaz, a member of the group Porno para Ricardo, Raul Flores, his project: the magazine 33 and 1/tercio.
Young people who have begun to realize their dreams of a independent in Cuba today and share with us your experiences.
First Annual Meeting – Futures and Visions of Cuba in July 2010, PART II, PART III, PART IV, PART V, PART VI, PART VII, VIII PART, PART IX, X PART
Romina Ruiz, Gabriel Calaforra, Dmitri Prieto, Alexis Jardines, Roberto Veiga.
Moderator: Antonio G Rodiles
Esther Cardoso, Glenda Salazar, Luis Eligio Perez, Roberto Zurbano.
Moderator: Victor Fowler
A quick glance by Antonio G Rodiles.
Cuba’s economy at the crossroads: internal and external crisis. by Carmelo Mesa Lago.
1) physical production of goods (Table 2), say that the figures are
in billions of tons and are in thousands of tons.
2) When tracing the historical economic dependence first mention Cuba
Spain and by mistake I jump to the U.S., after the USSR mention.