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Cuban Dissident Reflects on Freedom and Oppression

  • Aired: 04/10/2013
  • 06:02
  • Rating: NR
Blogger Yoani Sanchez, called the most famous Cuban not named Castro, writes about freedom, oppression and life as a dissident in her home country. In this interview from WNET's MetroFocus, Sanchez talks with Rafael Pi Roman about how her country has suffered, and whether the government is being transformed or weakened.
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