A group of Cuban dissidents and former political prisoners delivered dozens of copies of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to the passerbies in Havana. Some people were afraid of the consequences of accepting material the regime’s police authorities regard as “enemy propaganda”, but in the end accepted them. This not the first time dissidents deliver anti-regime and pro-democracy material to the people. Across Cuba, dozens of other movements do the same and have never been met with hostility. Quite the opposite, people demand more. Dissidents believe people won’t take to the streets if they don’t know that they have rights that are being violated. That’s why there is a nationwide campaign to let them know they have rights. These photos were sent via email by Martha Beatriz Roque, pictured in the below pics.
The black guy is ex political prisoner Jorge Luis Pérez Antunez, delivering the copies in front of the look of the political police
Antunez delivers them to the police, too!
Ex-political prisoner Felix Bonne Carcasses prepares to deliver them to people in a bus
The guy in the below photo approached the dissident and asked for copies.