Manolo De Los Santos

Manolo De Los Santos is a researcher and a political activist. For 10 years, he worked in the organization of solidarity and education programs to challenge the United States’ regime of illegal sanctions and blockades. Based out of Cuba for many years, Manolo has worked toward building international networks of people’s movements and organizations. In 2018, he became the founding director of the People’s Forum in New York City, a movement incubator for working-class communities to build unity across historic lines of division at home and abroad. He also collaborates as a researcher with Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research and is a Globetrotter/Peoples Dispatch fellow.

Cuba Reaffirms Socialism While It Reckons With Its Private Sector

Cuba in the Eye of Washington’s Hurricane

‘We Will Prevail’: A Conversation With Cuba’s President Miguel Díaz-Canel

How U.S. Interference in Cuba Creates a False Picture of Its Society

Let Cuba Live: the Movement Standing Up to Biden’s Maximum Pressure

If You Grew Up With the U.S. Blockade as a Cuban, You Might Understand the Recent Protests Differently

The United States Tries to Take Advantage of the Price Cubans are Paying for the Blockade and the Pandemic