It’s a bit chaotic in the band room of the Guillermo Tomas music school, on the outskirts of Havana, where scores of young players tune up their instruments, ready to learn some new music. Troy Andrews, aka Trombone Shorty, the busy New Orleans musician, is sitting on the front row to take in the performance.
NNOC Now Accepting 2023 May Day Brigade Applications
The 2023 May Day Brigade runs April 23rd-May 7th — apply by March 30th.
EVENT: Documentary, Dinner & Discussion for Women’s History Month
Noche de Cine! Screening of MAESTRA, Catherine Murphy’s 2012 documentary that explores the experience of nine women who, as young girls, taught on the Cuban Literacy Campaign of 1961.
Educational Solidarity Tour to Cuba with CUBA SI —
Spaces still available for March travel: this educational program centers solidarity and promotes practices of decolonization and anti-imperialism. The program is rooted in values of anti-racism, queer and trans positivity, and economic social justice.
Registration Deadline Extended for Witness for Peace February Travel
Register by Dec. 30 for February Witness for Peace Delegation
Doctors Against Apartheid: How Palestinians Are Becoming Doctors in Cuba For Free
Cuba’s medical internationalism is world renowned but especially in Palestine.
Why Children In Cuba Get The Best Musical Education In The World
American schools require no more than 45 minutes of music education a week, and most of that is just fumbling with plastic recorders. If you look 90 miles south, you’ll find a country that treats their music department the way Texas treats youth football.
National School of Public Health of Cuba and University of Minnesota sign Memorandum of Understanding
University of Minnesota and the National School of Public Health of Cuba (ENSAP) signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Tuesday with the aim of strengthening their academic and research ties,
Meet the U.S. Students Studying Medicine For Free in Cuba
Meet the U.S. Students Studying Medicine For Free in Cuba – from BreakThrough News.
Statement from MU Director Terminated for Allowing Black Student Artistic Expression on Campus re Assata Shakur Who Received Asylum in Cuba Over 35 Years Ago
Click here for Dr. Bartlow’s website & the original post, including her ongoing updates regarding MU faculty & national support, and her 3 part essay on the mural controversy & the significance of […]
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