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Cuba and the future: a great debate has just begun,
by Nelson P. Valdes, Counterpunch, April 25, 2016
Obama in his speech to the Cuban people: "In a global economy, powered by ideas and information, a country’s greatest asset is its people. In the United States, we have a clear monument to what the Cuban people can build: it’s called Miami."
Cuba through the eyes of American children, WashingtonPost, April 21, 2016
Some thoughts on Cuban resistance to US ideological/political war, by Arnold August, Counterpunch,
President Obama: Remember Leonard Peltier, by Ricardo Alarcón, Resumen, Mar 30, 2016
Smokey Robinson and other US artists hail new "love" with Cuba, CubaNews Washington Post, April 21, 2016
After the visit of Obama, some views:
Obama's Prisoners, by Koldo Campos Sagaseta, trans. Tom Whitney, Rebelion, Apr. 11, 2016
Fidel and Obama in Cuba: now THAT is historic! by Arnold August, Alainet, Apr. 1, 2016
Obama: on the campaign trail in Cuba, by Tom Whitney, Mar. 30, 2016
Obama in Cuba: How political prisoners hit the corporate international media headlines, Arnold August, TheCitizen, Mar. 26, 2016
CUBA REFLECTIONS: On life and death, by Paul Street, Counterpunch, Mar. 25, 2016
Human rights hypocrisy: U.S. criticizes Cuba, by Marjorie Cohn, Huffington Post, Mar. 18, 2016
Horror persists, from Brussels to Cuba -- Guantanamo, Cuba, that is, by Amy Goodman and Denis Moynihan, CommonDreams, Mar. 24, 2016
Russian media stresses support by Fidel Castro of Chernobyl victims, ACN, April 26, 2016
Cuba vive !
"The Cuban People will overcome," Fidel Castro, address to the PCC 7th Congress, April 20, 2016
Josefina Vidal: "We are constructing a new type of relationship." Jorge Legañoa, Cuban News Service,
Jan. 12, 2016
"The Government of Cuba is fully willing to continue advancing in the construction of a kind of relation with the United States that is different from the one that has existed throughout its prior history, that is based on mutual respect for sovereignty and independence.."
~ President Castro
Let Cuba Live is a Maine-based committee organized in 1992 to promote respect for Cuba's sovereignty and independence. Let Cuba Live works for an end to the U.S. blockade against Cuba; an end to travel restrictions that prohibit U.S. citizens from visiting Cuba; normalization of relations between the U.S. and Cuba; closure of the Guantanamo Naval Base; and freedom for the Cuban Five.
12 Hours of the Blockade is equal to all of the insulin needed for one year for 64,000 patients of the country.
As US-Cuba Talks Proceed,
US government persecutes IFCO/Pastors for Peace humanitarian organization