Tuesday, January 17, 2006

U.S. Mission in Cuba Runs Rights Messages

Associated Press Writer

HAVANA (AP) -- The U.S. mission in Cuba on Monday ran excerpts from Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech on an electronic sign running along its sea front building, the latest salvo in an ongoing billboard war.

Evidently timed to coincide with the U.S. holiday, the messages streaming along the building's fifth floor in luminescent red also included the Universal Declaration of Human Rights...

Cuban men read luminescent messages displayed along the fifth floor of the United Sates mission building in Havana, Cuba, Monday Jan 16, 2006. The American mission in Cuba began publishing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights along an electronic news "zipper" on its seafront building. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)


ziva said...

This is great. Reminds me of the "75" display Christmas 04. Nice to know that Parmley is also going to be a thorn in castro's side.

Songuacassal said...

I love it... I freaking love it. I was worried that Cason's leaving was going to be a big loss to the cause. I'm glad to see it's not!

Grinning very widely!