Over 30 members of the pro-democracy group, The Ladies in White, were beaten and arrested today, as they tried to gather for a meeting in Havana.
Just another day in Castro's Cuba.
Has the international community decided that such systemic violence against peaceful women in acceptable?
If not -- where's the outrage?
In case you missed it, here's a picture of Marina Paz, a member of The Ladies in White, being beaten and stripped of her symbolic white clothing last week:
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