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Youth Activism Steps Up

More from Calla, Sunday, December 11, 11:00-noon here and Calla and other youth on Monday, December 12, 8:00 pm here US, Cuban Youth Come Together for a Better Future Calla Walsh, co-chair of the National Network on Cuba, attending the … Continue reading

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November Events

* Thursday, November 17, 6:30 pm — July26th.org supports and encourages participation at the rescheduled September program planned originally as part of CREW’s Climate Change Week: “At the Intersection of Climate Change: How Massachusetts Can Stand in Solidarity with Cuba” … Continue reading

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October 2023 Sunday Stand-Out

Update on Rallies and UN Vote Rallies in NYC & Somerville at Davis Square. Photos by Diane Stradling in the July26.org NY contingent, video here; and Karen Slater. This year’s UN vote was 185-2; for more see the Resumen-English story … Continue reading

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Somerville Passes Anti-Embargo Resolution

Calls for Removal of Cuba from the State Sponsor of Terrorism List On September 22 the Somerville City Council unanimously passed an anti-blockade resolution calling on President Biden to remove Cuba from the State Sponsor of Terrorism list that he … Continue reading

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Fall Activities 2022

Planning ongoing local support and this year’s UN vote action In light of increased hostilities and sanctions by the Biden administration, two actions are currently underway, a monthly Cuba support demonstration in Boston and planning for a nationwide solidarity event … Continue reading

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At the Intersection of Climate Change Impacts

How Massachusetts Can Stand in Solidarity with Cuba Wednesday, September 28th, 6:30-8:00 pm Register here. As a part of Climate Preparedness Week 2022, Jessica Fernandez Casañas, head of the Climate Change Department of Cuba’s Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment … Continue reading

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Current Disasters, Man-Made and Natural

FBI Raids and the Fires in Matanzas Many Cuba groups are joining in criticizing and condemning the FBI raids and attacks on the Uhuru Movement and African People’s Socialist Party offices in St. Petersburg and St. Louis (stories here). July … Continue reading

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Celebrating July 26, the 69th Anniversary of Cuba’s National Rebellion Day

July 26, 1953, as Isaac Saney tells us in “Resistance, Resilience and Renewal: Cuba Commemorates Moncada,” is annually celebrated all over Cuba as the beginning of the movement that paved the way for the Cuban Revolution. Join Isaac and our … Continue reading

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Boston City Council Calls for End of the Embargo

The Boston City Council voted today to pass an amended version of Resolution 0618 calling for the End to the U.S. Embargo Against Cuba and for greater medical, cultural, and educational ties between the two countries. Kendra Lara, Boston City … Continue reading

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An Early Summer Confluence of Major Events

The Ambassador’s Visit and the Brookline & Boston Resolutions Following up a meeting with friends of Cuba in Miami last month, Cuban Ambassador to the U.S. Lianys Torres Rivera paid a visit to metro-Boston at the end of June to … Continue reading

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