Cuba’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been among the most respected in the world, due to widespread confidence in science-based policies, public service media messaging, and volunteerism.
The founder of CODEPINK writes of the dire food and medicine shortages in Cuba, so far addressed by grassroots efforts like Syringes to Cuba but ignored by the Biden administration.
A painful but good review of the plan and impact of US policy on Cuba’s food crisis, from one of the top US scholars on US/Cuba relations.
The Oxfam report Right to Live without a Blockade reveals the impact of nearly six decades of sanctions imposed by successive US governments on the Cuban population. It focuses on the human […]
On May 24, 2021, the Duluth (MN) News-Tribune published an editorial piece about the value of trade with Cuba if the current embargo was lifted. A bill introduced in the Senate by […]
Caravans planned in Milwaukee for May 30 and June 20!
Trump’s “maximum pressure” approach to Cuban immigration to the US created pent-up demand to leave Cuba. This is exacerbated by the shortages caused by the US embargos against the island nation, and […]
Spirited Milwaukee Car Caravan Joined Worldwide Movement to Demand an End to the US Blockade of Cuba!
On the last Sunday of the month, April 25, 2021, a group of some 34 cars assembled by the Mitchell Park domes and drove throughout the near southside of Milwaukee, joining for the first time an international campaign […]
WHY CUBA? U.S. HOSTILITY, SOLIDARITY AND RACE April 8th, 2021 5-6:30 PM Registration is required. Click here for more information and to register.
Milwaukee Car & Bike Caravan Supporting Ending the US Blockade Sunday, April 25, starting at 1 PM