Miriam Celaya

Journalist at, an independent digital news outlet in Cuba

Miriam Celaya was born in Havana in 1959, and belongs to the generation whose lives have been torn between disillusionment and hope, whose members reached adulthood in the controversial year 1980. Celaya has a degree in Art History from the University of Havana. She has been a Spanish literature and language professor and worked for over 20 years at Cuba's Institute of Anthropology. Celaya began her career in citizen journalism in 2007 through her personal blog SinEVAsion and is currently a collaborator for, an independent digital news outlet in Cuba.

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