After some 16 months of studying Trump’s severe tightening of the longstanding US economic blockade of Cuba that contributed to serious food & medicine shortages and a sharp increase in Cubans attempting to enter the US without a visa, these policy steps include increasing consular services and visa processing, and limited broadening of travel opportunities to Cuba.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said on Tuesday the U.S. economic embargo of Cuba was “genocidal policy,” raising the stakes in a standoff with Washington over its treatment of the Communist-ruled Caribbean island.
IFCO/Pastors for Peace Virtual Event: Cuba 2022 — Eyewitness Accounts from International May Day Brigade & Other Delegations
Virtual meeting May 24th to hear about the experiences of the International May Day Brigade; delegates of Brigadistas from around the world met for two weeks with union workers, farmers, neighborhood groups, health and scientific workers, women’s groups, and artists!
Milwaukee Car & Bike Caravan, Sunday 5/29/22 to call for lifting the US blockade on Cuba
Video produced by BreakThrough News offers a convenient background of the long-term situation of the Cuban people, a result of decades of U.S. Cuba policy.
An Op-Ed by Anthony DePalma in the LA Times on the libreta, whose pages dictate the Cuban ration system.
Upcoming Travel to Cuba
Cuba’s lack of vaccine hesitancy is due to the homegrown nature of the vaccines, clear messaging, and Cuba’s healthcare model.
The International US-Cuba Normalization Conference – March 19-20, online & live in NYC
Sunday, February 27 Annual Lucius Walker Memorial Awards & Benefits. 4-6 PM CT via Zoom and Facebook Live
Join us for the IFCO/Pastors for Peace Annual Lucius Walker Memorial Awards and Benefits, Sunday February 27 from 4-6PM CT on Zoom and Facebook Live.