“ The resolve to bring about
a better life has been kindled in the
hearts of the Cuban people. We will not turn back. We are on the right path and the winds are in our favor.

Dr. Oscar Biscet


Learn more about Dr. Biscet’s life.


Dr. Oscar Elías Biscet, a native of Havana, Cuba, began practicing and teaching medicine nearly 40 years ago. Beginning in the late 1980s, his open opposition to Cuba’s communist government has earned him the regime’s scrutiny and surveillance, in addition to multiple political prison sentences.



Learn more about the work of Dr. Biscet, including Project Emilia.



May 19, 2022

The Washington Times

As Cuba crushes democracy’s revival, where is Biden?

Why won't the president speak as harshly on Diaz-Canel as he does Putin?

Oscar Elias Biscet 


January 3, 2022

Washington Examiner

63 years of oppression and misrule in Cuba

Saturday marked 63 years since the communist usurpation of Cuba — 63 years of unfettered totalitarian control by the Castro brothers, their henchmen, and successors over nearly every aspect of their subjects’ lives.

Oscar Elias Biscet 


September 20, 2021

Wall Street Journal

Cubans Want Freedom, Not Exile

Recent protests show the people’s resolve to end the communist dictatorship.

In response to the July 11 uprising in Cuba, President Miguel Diaz-Canel initiated an internet blackout to prevent anti-government...

Oscar Elias Biscet 


What Are International Leaders Saying About Dr. Biscet?

“ Dr. Oscar Biscet

is a champion in the fight

against tyranny and


George W. Bush

Former U.S. President 

“ A beautiful man,

a doctor who has spent his time

in the prisons of Cuba.

His name is Dr. Biscet.

I want you to hold him up.

Let everyone in Cuba know

that he is special to us,

and we are watching. We are watching. Hold him in your thoughts. Hold him in

your prayers.


U2 (at a concert in Miami)

“ Mr. Biscet and I were   

convicted of the same crime:

fidelity to our consciences.

Mr. Biscet, a doctor, blew

the whistle on corruption and

abuse in Cuba’s healthcare


Armando Valladares

Cuban-American poet,
diplomat and human rights activist.