After studying for two weeks at Organoponico Vivero Alamar, an organic cooperative farm in Cuba, Alejandro Rivera, a dentist from Mexico, hopes to start a similar cooperative at home.
On an organic and sustainable farm, life is lush, for both the plants and the people.
Outside of Havana, a quiet urban farm gets creative with its practices and offers its workers a unique job environment.
Short-term political arrests in Cuba soared to record highs in 2012. Authorities are using "harassment and hit-and-run tactics," as one analyst described it it, to keep dissidents under control.
Questions linger about the death of two prominent Cuban political dissidents in an automobile crash.
Laura Pollán, an outspoken Cuban opposition leader, died Oct. 14. Pulitzer Center grantee Tracey Eaton was among the last to interview the activist.
Pulitzer Grantee Tracey Eaton interviewed Las Damas de Blanco leader Laura Pollán about her commitment to fighting for democratic reform in Cuba.
Pulitzer Center grantee Tracey Eaton talks with Nelson Rubio on the Miami radio program Actualidad 1020 AM about a new text messaging campaign in Cuba.
Of the 171 prisoners still there, only about two dozen are hardened militants and war criminals. Most are like Noor Uthman Muhammed —hapless men who were in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Tracey Eaton's Cuba Money Project investigates the effectiveness of USAID funding for democratic programs in Cuba. His reporting has stoked a lively debate in the blogosphere.
The U.S. government recently released details of a $21 million grant for increasing Cuban citizens' Internet use, freedom of expression, and access to neighborhood community groups.
Capitol Hill critics say U.S. AID ill-suited for the job.