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Now that the United States has “normalized” relations with Cuba, which was taken off of the State Department terror sponsor list this week, journalism professors from American universities are starting to train students inside the communist country. Despite the liberal leanings of the professors embarking on this task, this is a very good thing.
Press freedom and holding government accountable through the sunlight of reporters are two fundamental principles of a free society. Because of this, despite “normalization” and a “new era,” the Castro regime still counts practicing journalism as a crime.