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MISSION: To oppose the U.S. government’s hostility toward the Cuban Revolution and to work toward normalizing relations:
• End the US Embargo against Cuba; Lift the Travel Ban & Trade Blockade.
• Return the Guantanamo Naval Base to Cuba.
• Respect Cuba’s Sovereignty; End “Regime Change” Policies and Practices.
The Coalition was formed in 1989 to oppose the U.S. government's hostility toward the Cuban Revolution and to work toward normalizing relations and is affiliated with the National Network on Cuba (NNOC)
Our activities include public educational programs including video showings, talks from visiting Cubans, and report backs from those who have recently traveled to Cuba. We participate in humanitarian material aid campaigns including the FriendShipments and caravans organized by Pastors for Peace, and we support tours to Cuba where people from the US can see the island nation for themselves, including those that are affiliated with RESPECT.
Our interests include educating ourselves and others about the achievements of' the Cuban Revolution:
• in health care,
• in literacy and the right to education,
• in the lowering of infant mortality,
• in the rights of women,
• in the work to eliminate discrimination based upon race and class,
• in the arts, sports, and culture,
• in social and community relations,
• in solidarity with the struggles of the oppressed people of the world.
We are committed to working to end the aggressive policies of the United States toward Cuba as well as toward other Caribbean and Latin countries.
We support the struggles of popular movements of the poor, working, and indigenous peoples of the Americas to obtain peace; economic, political, and social justice; and an end to environmental destruction.
Beginning in the fall of 2018, the July 26 Coalition will generally meet the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm at Encuentro 5, 9A Hamilton Place, next to the Orpheum Theatre, across the street from the Park Street MBTA station. Please join us in this important work.
For More InformationPlease call us at 617-566-2861 or email us: info(at)july26.org. We announce our events and related ones our list and on the Greater Boston Activists email list, Act-MA.
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Cuban film at the 2019 Boston Latino International Film Festival, BLIFF.org –“Bakosó: Afrobeats of Cuba” –- Thursday, September 26, 8:00, Harvard University, Tsai Auditorium at CGIS, 1730 Cambridge St., Cambridge. Documentary by Eli Jacobs-Fantauzzi, 50 mins, that shows the technology, culture … Continue reading
The July 26th Coalition presents The Cuban Revolution 60th Anniversary Celebration Monday, July 29th, 7:00-9:00 Fenway Community Center 1282 Boylston St. at Jersey St. a block south of Fenway Park, handicap accessible Nalda Vigezzi and Wally Sillanpoa ; Mavis Anderson; … Continue reading
The July 26th Coalition of Boston is hosting The Pastors for Peace Friendshipment Caravan Wednesday, June 19, 2019, 7:30 pm First Baptist Church Of Jamaica Plain 633 Center Street Featuring Gail Walker, Executive Director of IFCO/Pastors for Peace, “The Case … Continue reading
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, … Continue reading
Unfortunately filmmaker Eric Corvalán had to cancel plans for this trip at the last minute. We’ll try to get a copy the movie and show it at a later date. Award-winning Cuban filmmaker Eric Corvalán Pelle will introduce his … Continue reading
Amidst new year tributes on the Cuban Revolution’s 60th anniversary, foreboding reports about Venezuela New year congratulations and tributes to the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution have been posted from around the globe — e.g., from the National Network … Continue reading
Join Witness for Peace at encuentro 5, Sunday, December 2, 6:00-8:30 for a community dinner, screening of Tierralismo (2014) about the 26 acre farming co-op on the outskirts of Havana, and dialogue with urban farmers of color from Boston about … Continue reading