popular american channel MTV and cuban american actress Janine MasonKnown for playing Dr. Sam Bello in the series instinct anatomy, became aware of the situation suffered by the Cuban people, the victims of repression, persecution and censorship by the regime after Massive 11J protests.
And the American channel published in several Instagram stories messages from the young actress explaining the current crisis in Cuba and asking the international community to publish through the networks everything that people are suffering.
“It is important that they know that I am a Cuban American and that my heart goes out to the entire diaspora, but especially to the artists who are trying from there to amplify the message of the people, which is freedom!” Mason announced.
In one of the photos, the young woman is shown wearing a T-shirt designed by the Cuban artist and activist Julio LopezIt plays with the MTV logo and instead reads “NTV Lies” in reference to tampered lids Which publishes the news of Cuban television and all the official media of the island.
The entertainment channel also published, on its official Instagram page, the song that became an anthem for the opposition and political opposition in Cuba: home and life. In addition, he mentioned two Cuban activists who were incorporated into the song’s lyrics and shared with his followers part of the vision of these women: Ramos’s fingers أن NS Ruiz Urquiola Building.
He thanked both Mason and MTV’s Cuban followers, as well as Llópiz himself, both for using their public platform to visualize Abuses suffered by the people of the island.
Mason, who is also a dancer, indicated a positive balance to the political crisis experienced by Cuba, the union of Cubans on both sides of the Florida Straits.
“The solution for Cuba is in the Cubans, not only those on the inside but also on the outside. And the beautiful thing that’s been happening over the past few months is that We are no longer “strangers or insiders”, we have broken that wall that existed before‘ said the young woman.
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