About Cuba Archive

Cuba Archive’s Truth and Memory Project documents deaths and disappearances resulting from the Cuban revolution and studies transitional issues of truth, memory and justice. This seeks to help Cubans attain their rightful freedoms, foster a culture of respect for life and the rule of law, and honor the memory of those who’ve paid the highest price.


Free Society Project, Inc. is a non-profit organization and think tank with tax-exempt status incorporated in 2001 in Washington, D.C

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“The Cuban revolutionary regime one-upped the feared former East German political police, Stasi, which in the mid-1980s sold blood …

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Overview of Cuba Archive's Truth and Memory Project

Cuba Archive Truth and Memory Project is an initiative of the non-profit organization, Free Society Project, Inc., incorporated in 2001 in Washington, D.C. to promote the understanding, recognition, and observance of human rights particularly through research and scholarship. See our brief introductory film of the Cuba Archive project by clicking on the image to the left.

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