Over 120 Cuban Dissidents Arrested on Sunday

Monday, July 13, 2015
For the 13th Sunday in a row, over 120 Cuban dissidents were brutally beaten and arrested for attempting to peacefully march to -- or from -- Mass.

Over 80 of those arrested were members of The Ladies in White -- including its leader Berta Soler -- a group composed of the wives, mothers, sisters and other relatives of Cuban political prisoners.

Among the others arrested are renowned democracy leader Jorge Luís García Pérez “Antunez”, his wife Yris Tamara Pérez Aguilera, former prisoner of conscience Ciro Alexis Casanova Pérez, famed artist Tania Bruguera and the young son of one of The Ladies in White.

The women were taken to the military detention center in Tarara, while the men to the Vivac facility.

This is "what change looks like" in Cuba.