ACERE Alignment for Cuba Engagement & Respect August, 2020 Cuba solidarity activists and supporters, A few weeks ago, we were close to having a legislative win that would have helped provide critical […]
A pandemic is by definition global. In the face of this worldwide menace, most of us would think that this is the time for international medical cooperation and solidarity, a time for […]
A guide to get the most out of watching this star-studded drama. For several years, Fernando Gonzalez of the Cuban Five was imprisoned at the federal prison in Oxford, Wisconsin, near Portage. He […]
Are pro-active outreach and testing good or bad (as our president seems to suggest)? This conservative newspaper in England says if the UK had acted more like Cuba did, reaching out to the population […]
On July 21, the city of Turin thanked Cuba for the medical brigades it sent to help fight COVID-19 with a giant message projected on the dome of one of the most important buildings in the […]
This article, from Albany, NY, Times-Union newspaper shows how people there have found commonality between BLM and ending the US embargo on Cuba.
In recognition of the work they’ve done to help other countries combat COVID-19, a movement is afoot to award the Henry Reeves Brigade a Nobel Peace Prize. You can help by adding […]
Due to the global pandemic, the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO) and ELAM, Cuba’s medical school, are currently accepting applications. For details and an application, visit their site here.
Born in Jamaica on August 17, 1887, Marcus Garvey founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA) in 1914, with a mission of “One Aim. One God. One Destiny”. Garvey […]
Due to the pandemic, it is not practical for people from the U.S. to travel to Cuba, although other countries, such as the UK, list Cuba among the nations safe enough for […]