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Latin America Programs

This project aims to raise awareness of Cuban political prisoners by combining art, technology, and human rights.

In October 2023, a dozen Latin American countries gathered in Mexico to address the ongoing migration crisis in the Western Hemisphere. They concluded that much of the blame should be placed on Washington’s Cuban and Venezuelan sanctions.

Ana Leca, Program Officer for Latin America Programs at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, writes for Fox News about President Nicolás Maduro’s latest crackdown on free speech in Venezuela.

On July 11, 2021, nationwide protests across Cuba marked a before and after point in the island’s history. Tragically, the free world failed to support the Cuban people against the regime’s onslaught. John Suarez argues that it may not be too late to do the right thing.

Ken Pope, VOC’s CEO, and Congresswoman María Elvira Salazar, representing Florida’s 27th District, argue that Congress should act on the growing communist threat in America’s backyard. Read their joint op-ed published by Fox News below: “The Cuban regime has allegedly… Read More

In a groundbreaking report, the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation partnered with Prisoners Defenders and the Czech Transition Promotion Program to expose the Cuban regime’s brutal system of torture targeting democracy activists and political prisoners. The report, Torture in Cuba, is the most comprehensive examination… Read More

Media Contact: Sarah Hrovat Washington, D.C. (June 6, 2022) – The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation has partnered with the Gloria Delson Contemporary Art Gallery (GDCA Gallery) in downtown Los Angeles to support the work of artist-activists (‘artivists’) from… Read More

El sábado 5 de marzo, Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation y la galería Montserrat Contemporary Art dieron inicio la exhibición de arte contemporáneo Umbral, organizada bajo la curaduría de las artistas cubanas Anamely Ramos y Claudia Genlui Hidalgo. La exposición… Read More

On Saturday, March 5, the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation and the Montserrat Contemporary Art gallery began the Umbral contemporary art exhibition, organized under the curatorship of Cuban artists Anamely Ramos and Claudia Genlui Hidalgo. The exhibition opens an Umbral… Read More

The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation inaugurated two contemporary art exhibitions on Cuba and Venezuela – “The Veil of Silence” and “Venezuela Resists, Images of a Tragedy” – on November 2, 2021, at the Art Museum of the Americas of… Read More