Dissidents' Wives Maintain Opposition in Cuba

In Cuba, a group of women known as the "ladies in white" engage in persistent, peaceful demonstrations. They are the wives of some of the 75 men arrested nearly two years ago in Cuba's crackdown on dissidents. NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro reports.

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