"Cuba's Ladies in White" - Ivan Hernandez - People & Power

An Undercover Reporter Finds Out What it is Like to Live in a Culture of Fear and Surveillance

"After 53 years of revolution, Cubans are increasingly exasperated by the restrictions imposed on them by the country's change-averse communist regime.  In spite of, or perhaps because of, recent modest economic reforms, activism is growing as the government's opponents overcome their fear of arrest and take to the streets. . ."

Description:Reporter Ivan Hernandez went undercover to reveal the difficulties of living in Cuba. In this documentary they expose the experience of the Ladies in White, a church-based group of women who are relatives of the imprisoned journalists and activists.

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