The July 26 Coalition is hosting up to 20 Cuban scholars participating in the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) annual conference at Marriott Copley. Miguel Fraga, the First Secretary of the Cuban Embassy in Washington, D.C. is also invited.
- Saturday, May 25, 2019, 8:00-10:00 pm
- Lenox Hotel’s City Bar reception room
- 1st floor, wheelchair accessible
- Complimentary appetizers, Cash bar
- RSVP: Margaret Witham, firstname.lastname@example.org – (617) 905-9510
- “Imperialist War on Cuba and Venezuela: Afro-Caribbean Socialist Women Fight Back”
- Friday, May 24, 7:00 pm
- Encuento 5, 9A Hamilton Pl. (near Park St. T station)
Join the Boston branch of the Party for Socialism and Liberation, Witness for Peace New England, the Boston Venezuela Solidarity Committee, and the July 26th Coalition for a special panel discussion on empire, race and socialism in Cuba and Venezuela. With
- Jourdy James Heredia, subdirector of the Global Economy Research Center in Havana;
- Gisela Arandia, president of the Cuban chapter of the Regional Articulation of Afro-descendants in Latin America and the Caribbean; and
- Jeanette Charles, international solidarity liaison with VenezuelAnalysis.com.
This event will be held in both English and Spanish; interpretation services will be provided. Food and drink will be served; unfortunately encuentro5 is not wheelchair accessible. Additional information about the presenters is in the full posting, along with a photo of the event.
Coming next month:
- The July 26th Coalition is hosting the Pastors for Peace Friendshipment Caravan
- Wednesday, June 19, 2019, 7:30 pm
- First Baptist Church Of Jamaica Plain
- 633 Center Street
- Gail Walker, Executive Director of IFCO/Pastors for Peace, “The Case for Ending the US Blockade Against Cuba”
- Rachel Domond, PSL Boston, on “The Recent Boston Urban Farmers Delegation to Cuba”
- Lee Schlenker, Witness for Peace New England, “Recently Returned: Update on Venezuela”