Report Back from Cuba

Felice and Yoram Gelman are currently visiting Cuba with Code Pink.  Mindy Gershon and Dave Lippman traveled to Cuba in January with a delegation studying the new wave of non-agricultural cooperatives. They bring a multimedia presentation on the promises and challenges of this movement for Cuban society. As background, they examine the difficulties Cuba faces overall on the economic, political, and cultural fronts.  Tuesday, May 19th at 6pm at the Mapleton Conference Center at Good Counsel located at 52 North Broadway.  Bring a dish to share:

Cuba report back

Posted in Blogs, Communities & Focus Areas, Director's Blog, Economic and Human Rights, Militarism and Foreign Policy, Movement Building, Racial Justice

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