On November 25, 2016, at around 10:00 PM local time, Raúl Castro confirmed the dead of Fidel Castro, the Cuban revolutionary who was the nemesis of 11 U.S. presidents. He was 90.
This blogger has yet to process this information, and it won’t be easy, mostly because 2016 has been hitting us with one calamity after another. PLUS… I’m still trying to recover from a week-long tacos/tamales smörgåsbord in Mexico City.
My whole family is in mourning mood right now, though I had to remind them the worst is yet to come… Hello, Jan. 20, 2017!
Can 2016 please take us all and get this thing over with?
Click on each paper (below) to see full gallery…
New York Post
Ultimas Noticias, Venezuela
The New York Times, U.S.
El País, Uruguay
The Washington Post
El Diario, Nueva York
El Universal, Mexico
La Repubblica, Italia
El Clarín, Argentina
Zero Hora, Brazil
Jersey Journal, USA
Daily News, New York
I will be adding more as time -and energy- allow.
No… unfortunately not the ones pictured above, but the other Castro brothers.
(To think I was already getting excited about the versatility of my favorite, retro-acculturated Latina)
The International Society for Human Rights (ISHR) has tapped Raúl Castro, Hugo Chávez and other “notable” members of the current political landscape for a world-wide campaign in the defense of the Internet as a weapon to promote human rights.
“Scared Dictators” was created by Ogilvy and the PSA’s have made it to this year’s Clio Awards’ short list in the print category.