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Andreu Cabré
Andreu Cabré
Andreu Cabré is the US rep for Help Catalonia, a movement for an independent Catalonian state. | Photo: HelpCatalonia.cat | Andreu Cabré, Catalonia, Catalonian Independence Movement,

The Catalonian Independence Movement

Andreu Cabr? is a Catalan graphic artist who's lived in the US for close to twenty years, working and raising a family. For a long time he was disconnected from Catalan politics, but four years ago he began following Catalonia's independence process, and decided to get involved out of a sense of civic duty and solidarity. He connected with Help Catalonia, a volunteer-run website dedicated to educating the international community about Catalonia's cause, where he focuses on translations and editing.

Help Catalonia is a digital media made with the collaboration of many different persons with the objective of spreading the word on the situation of the Catalan nation, sharing objective data about the silent war Spain is waging against this millenary people and hoping to increase the awareness of the international community in this important matter.

Did you know that the Catalans lost independence in 1714 after being conquered? Did you know that they speak a different romantic language and have a distinct and very rich cultural universe that more than 12 million people share? Did you know that Gaud?, the architect of the Sagrada Fam?lia, was beaten because he spoke Catalan, or that the Barcelona FC (Bar?a) was created to promote the Catalan culture? Did you know that Catalans are forbidden to call a referendum about their own destiny or that they would be one of the richest countries in the world if they just weren't plundered 10%+ of their annual GDP? If this is news for you, please read our blog, spread the word, and help Catalonia.

Help Catalonia is not a political website and it doesn't associate nor supports any political party. Furthermore, we don't support any specific political ideology or movement, and collaborators are asked to refrain from doing otherwise in their writings. In any case, the articles posted in this blog reflect only its author's opinion, not necessarily shared by Help Catalonia.

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