Cuba’s San Isidro uprising
There has been organized dissent in the island for decades, but this time could be different. "The San Isidro Movement was formed in 2018 to oppose a new law making it a crime to engage in performance art without permission from the Ministry of Culture. The group — made up of young adults of different races who are artists, writers, musicians, students, and researchers — hold a mix of political views but are united in their quest for freedom." Mary Anastasia O’Grady explores in The Wall Street Journal.
From The Wall Street Journal