Havana-based street artist and social critic Yulier Rodríguez Pérez is at risk of being imprisoned after months of harassment from authorities, according to Amnesty International, which is seeking the support of Resurgence & Ecologist readers. Rodríguez was detained on 17 August and released the following day on condition he remove his artworks from the walls of Havana within a week.

His artwork often features alien-like figures with no mouths, which he says represent Cubans’ reluctance to publicly express discontent, according to an interview with Reuters news agency.

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