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  • I soaked in the sights of Havana as the Anglican Video crew and I drove to meet the Justice Camp economic justice immersion group on the morning of Wednesday, May 4. One of the most distinguishing features of Cuba is the almost total lack of advertisements in public space, which instead feature political billboards and graffiti celebrating the achievements of the revolution.

    Our destination this morning was the Colony, a former psychiatric hospital that had been transformed...

May 10, 2016

  • I set out with the Anglican Video crew from Matanzas at the crack of dawn. Riding shotgun in the van, I was exhausted. Having failed to sleep at all the previous night due to constant crowing from the retreat centre rooster, I used the two-hour drive to Itabo to get some rest..

    Refreshed once we arrived in Itabo, a small Cuban town with a population of approximately 5,000, I entered the Iglesia Episcopal Santa Maria Virgen, where we joined Justice Camp participants in the food...

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