For more information about
Working Group on Cuba links to a variety of academic institutions
and scholarly resources.
promotes African cultures in Cuba. The site offers information about
race and identity, music, festivals, authors and teachers in Cuba.
web page about Cuba links to events involving Cuba and Latin America
currently in the news. The page also lists 20 Cuba-related links. Readers
can access the page in Spanish as well.
Latin American Network
Information Center, at the University of Texas at Austin, offers a
variety of academic research resources and links to articles and sites
about Cuba. Issues covered include education, arts and culture, business
and economy, human rights, government and travel and tourism. The site
also links to Cuban universities and news organizations.
Havana Cuba, the first Cuban international shortwave radio station,
was officially inaugurated on May 1, 1961. Born as an alternative to
international news agencies and stations that distort the image of the
island's revolutionary process, Radio Havana Cuba has been a Cuban voice
devoted to broadcasting the island's social, economy and political panorama.