An ugly past relevant to Cuba's future

April 26, 2006

Miami Herald- Editorial Opinion

To reconcile the past, you must know the truth about it. To that end, Armando M. Lago and María C. Werlau are producing priceless work that promises to benefit post-tyranny Cuba. The two are the driving forces behind the Cuba Archive, which seeks to document the victims of the Cuban Revolution. One day, the accounts of extrajudicial executions, torture and disappearances will contribute to the search for truth and justice in a democratic Cuba. The data will help in the struggle to come to terms with the many human-rights abuses committed under totalitarian rule.


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