For the first time in 60 years, mass demonstrations are sweeping Cuba. Protesters are chanting one slogan: ‘patria y vida,’ or, ‘homeland and life.’ The phrase – a counterpoint to the revolutionary slogan ‘homeland or death’ – comes from a song written by Cuban dissidents. WSJ’s Santiago Perez dives into the origins of the artist dissident movement and the song that defines this moment.
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