Report from the May 29 Caravan Event
Blocked from Summit of Americas, No Visas for People’s Summit – video from BreakThrough News
U.S. Loosens Restrictions on Cuba Travel, Remittances Amid Summit Blowback
Medium.com article from Julie van Maanen, about settling in and, eventually, departing, Cuba.
Milwaukee Car & Bike Caravan, Sunday 6/26/22 to call for lifting the US blockade on Cuba
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.
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.
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!
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,