Cuba, a country both wished for and possible, Luis Toledo Sande, trans. by Tom Whitney, Aug 17, 2016
"Visit Cuba, before it changes," Louis A. Pérez, Jr., NACLA, Aug 17, 2016
Cuba's Preventative Medical System,
IFCO/Pastors for Peace
Medical School page
The Pastors for Peace Caravan to Cuba July 2014 had the opportunity to visit a Matanzas community project Callejon de las Tradiciones. Click photo to view gallery.
Cuba and Its Neighbors
book by Arnold August
“[August's book] is a 'must read', especially if you have been trained to accept the orthodox dogma that Cuba is merely a 'dictatorship', a 'tyranny' that is exclusively dominated by 'the Castro brothers'. August’s book does great justice to the complexity and historical development of Cuban democracy, and no discussion on that subject should proceed if one has not first read this book.”
Please click here to access Part 1 of the book review essay.
‘A program born out of the values of the Cuban Revolution’
Alberto Gonzalez Rivero, on staff at the Martin Luther King Memorial Center in Havana, has played the role of host/guide/ translator for 20 years of Pastors for Peace groups and Let Cuba Live caravanistas visiting Havana.
read more here
Highly recommended ! Available direct from the publisher. Also at Amazon.
How To Visit a Socialist Country
by Richard Levins, John Rock Professor of
Population Sciences, Harvard University
Department of Global Health and Population
Critical Support: What Does It Mean for Solidarity with Latin America? Chuck Kaufman, Counterpunch, Oct. 30, 2015
Maine Public Radio "US-Cuba Relations" with Tom Whitney and others, listen. Hear the extaordinary comments of Senator Susan Collins following her brief visit to Havana and meeting with "dissidents," then listen to Tom Whitney of Let Cuba Live, Professor Allen Wells of Bowdoin College, and comments from Senator Angus King. "Maine Calling," Jennifer Rooks, Aug. 12, 2015.
U.S. & Lifting Blockade Against Cuba. Normalize Cuba-US Relations.
Arnold August: video talk Published on March 14, 2014.
Presentations, Q & A Period. Topics discussed are: Analysis of U.S. Reasons for Maintaining the Blockade. Obama & Cuba/Latin America. Democracy, Participatory Democracy & Elections in Cuba & Venezuela. U.S. Interference in Cuba & Venezuela. Media War Against Cuba & Venezuela. CNN & Alternative Media. The New Latin America & CELAC. Fidel & Chávez. The Cuban Five & Alan Gross. Wall Street Movement: This is What Democracy Looks Like.
Martí and Fidel: Realities -- Problems and Changes, Wilkie Delgado Correa, from Rebelion.org, Trans. by Tom Whitney, Dec. 29 2015
Kenia Serrano and Leima Martinez, representing Cuba's Institute of Friendship, speaking in New York on November 4, video