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Pastors for Peace Caravan in Boston

Friday, June 29, at 7:00 pm — First Baptist Church, 633 Centre St., Jamaica Plain The July 26th Coalition is hosting a gathering in honor of the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO)/Pastors for Peace, based in New York City, a group that … Continue reading

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IFCO/Pastors for Peace Caravan Coming Up

An Invitation from IFCO/Pastors for Peace:  Join the 29th Friendshipment Caravan to Cuba this July, May 1 Deadline This year the Caravan will spend 11 days in Cuba following a three day orientation in Toronto, primarily in Santiago, with day trips to … Continue reading

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Rally to Close Guantanamo and Return It to Cuba

Saturday, February 24, 2018, 1:00 pm, at Park Street Station Photos above by Susan McLucas (click to enlarge); see also story by Kaylie Feslberg in the Boston University Daily Free Press and MIT radio segment with Chuck Rosina. February 23 is the 115th … Continue reading

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May Day Brigade Webinar February 5th

Supplementing the earlier “Travel to Cuba” information posting, there is a webinar about the upcoming May Day Brigade Monday, February 5th, at 8:00 pm. Highlights of the trip include participating in the May 1 International Workers Day mobilization in Revolution … Continue reading

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A Cultural History of Cuba and the Literacy Campaign of 1961

Two Programs:  Thursday and Friday, February 1 & 2 — and a Sunday addition. (Scenes from the Friday program here.) Alan West-Durán, A Cultural History of Cuba, book launch — reading, discussion, Q&A — Thursday, Feb 1, noon-2:00, Northeastern University, … Continue reading

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Travel to Cuba

National Network on Cuba travel webinar Tuesday January 16, 2018, 8:00-9:30 pm (Eastern time zone) with Bob Guild, from RESPECT, the travel providers organization promoting respectful travel to Cuba. Witness for Peace (WfP) Cuba Delegation: Arts, Culture and Social Programs, … Continue reading

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Politics and Culture after Padura

There’s barely a break in the action into November. Hurricane and storm destruction, films and culture, Trump and hot politics in DC, Seattle, and at the UN. Following the week-long Leonardo Padura festival —on the heels of the Boston Latin … Continue reading

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