Laura Pollán Toledo, a former high school Spanish teacher who became one of Cuba’s most public dissidents as she led other wives of political prisoners in protest every Sunday. She founded the Ladies in White after the Cuban government arrested her husband, Héctor Maseda, an independent journalist, in March 2003 during a crackdown on political dissent known as the Black Spring.
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