Signing of Peace Agreement in Colombia Ends a Brutal, Decades-Long War,
by Tom Whitney, Aug. 26, 2016
"Visit Cuba, before it changes," Louis A. Pérez, Jr., NACLA, Aug 17, 2016
What Fidel can teach us in the age of the War on Terror, Naomi Cohen, Telesur, Aug 13, 2016
Cuba, a country both wished for and possible, Luis Toledo Sande, trans. by Tom Whitney, Aug 17, 2016
"What happens when a society commits itself to providing certain basic needs for all its people — healthcare, quality education, opportunities to participate in sports and in the arts…"
"Power of the weak" a film review by Martin Schotz
Despite US policy, Fidel Castro turns 90 !, Cindy Sheehan, RESUMEN
There is no room for defeatism. Raul Castro speaks to the Peoples Assembly, Granma
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.
Let Cuba Live will be at the Common Ground Fair
in Unity, Maine,
Sept. 23, 24, 25
Sign Let Cuba Live's petition to Congress: End the Cuban Adjustment Act Now !
Cuba vive !
Abajo al bloqueo !
“We at IFCO/Pastors for Peace continue to challenge the immorality of the US blockade, firm in the belief that love is the only license we need to normalize relations with Cuba! Now is the time to end the blockade of Cuba!!”
~ Gail Walker,
Executive Director IFCO/
Pastors for Peace
“What country has ever needed help from Cuba and has not received it?.... [I am] proud to be amongst the majority of nations who affirm the right of the Cuban people to determine their own destiny.”
~ Nelson Mandela
“I join the majority of fellow citizens of the United States and call for the U.S. Congress to respect our expressed will to remove the blockade against Cuba that impedes full, respectful, and productive diplomatic relations between the two countries and prevents free and fruitful people-to-people relations.”
“[The Cuban Trade Congress Se Puede Multos Juntos] gave me a sense of how real and how spiritual the struggle for socialism is in Cuba, how it is energized not only by necessities of physical survival but by love and the profound conviction that by working together we can resolve our contradictions, create a better and more just world for ourselves and our children, and advance the evolution of the human race….” ~ Grace Lee Boggs (1915-2015)
“The thaw in US-Cuba relations may have begun but Cuba is still frozen out by an economic and financial blockade that causes untold suffering for a people fighting for the right to determine their own future.”
Fr. Geoffrey Bottoms,
British Catholic priest,
UK Solidarity Campaign
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,
Solidarity with Cuba in a time of change,
by Tom Whitney Dec. 29, 2014