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 […]
A photo essay from The Guardian shows poignant images of Cuba during the pandemic.
Cuba’s homegrown vaccine candidates have made headlines worldwide. Less well-known is its production of medical gear such as ventilators and CT scanners for the treatment of COVID-19 patients in a bid to achieve […]
Cuba is the first country in Latin America to develop two advanced Covid-19 vaccine candidates — if both succeed the island will be on the cutting edge of vaccine research. See the […]
Excellent article from Counterpunch on how a cooperative and non-profit approach is leading Cuba’s vaccine development
Cuba’s Vaccine Goals Featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered”.
Rep. Gwen Moore (D-WI) emphasized her leading role in urging President Biden to act now “to reverse the Trump administration’s harmful policies and work to engage and normalize relations with Cuba,” in a […]
Zoom meting March 9, 7 PM