The Havana Journal is media source designed to feature user-generated content, third party content, news, photos, comments, opinions, business information and travel reviews about Cuba and its many related facets.
We spend many hours each week shifting through dozens and dozens of news articles, blog entries, press releases and the like and only post the ones that offer the most information. We sort through all the propaganda because we want to post articles that are balanced (not too far to the left and not too far to the right). There is a lot of “propaganda” from the left and the right. If we do post a biased article we will post it and point out the flaws in a comment below the article.
All visitors are welcome to leave comments on any Journal entry or Gallery photo simply by providing a screen name and email address. Email addresses are ONLY for internal use and are never shared. We require email addresses to reduce abuse by comment spammers.
Everyone is encouraged to register as a member and post their own Journal entry in the Section they choose. Go to the Section (Business, Culture, Politics, Travel and Hispanics) you wish for your Journal entry to appear. Then find the “Write Here” link in the right side column on most pages., select the category then type or paste in your entry. All entries are reviewed by our staff before going live on the site.
We do not edit any content entered by our members. Members can leave comments and post Journal entries as often as they like. We encourage people to stay on topic. Self-promotion and links to websites for more information is fine. We only ask that the content and links be related to Cuba or its culture.
You can also just send us an email with your press release, event information or the like using the email at the bottom of this page.
For VERY detailed information about HavanaJournal.com and our Havana Network, read the About Us page from the link in the navigation bar above.
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