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An Advancement for Human Rights! A Progress for Humanity! Print E-mail

The Free the Cuban 5 Committee Vancouver joins the worldwide joy and celebration of this major breakthrough in the case of the Cuban 5 Heroes and especially René González.

Today, on May 3rd 2013, Judge Joan Lenard signed the order to allow René González to remain in Cuba for the remaining portion of his three-year parole, and of course he can continue to remain in Cuba thereafter. Currently René González is in Cuba, where he was visiting for the memorial service of his father who recently passed away.

90th Monthly Protest Action Print E-mail

Release Antonio, Fernando, Ramón & Gerardo From U.S. Prisons Now!

Let René González Return to Cuba Now!

Grant Visas to Olga Salanueva & Adriana Perez Now!

Sunday May 5th, 2013

2:30 pm ~ Vigil Vancouer Art Gallery

3:30 pm ~ March to U.S. Consulate

4 pm ~ Picketing U.S. Consulate - 1075 West Pender St.

7:30 pm ~ Forum



Organized by: Free the Cuban 5 Committee - Vancouver

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NEW! Newsletter of the Free the Cuban 5 Committee – Vancouver
Spring 2013 Edition


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Special Evening with Rosa Jordan Print E-mail

Special Evening with Rosa Jordan,
Author of the Novel: "The Woman She Was"

Friday April 26th at 7pm
Joe’s Café ~ Large North Hall
1150 Commercial Dr. (at William St.)
Vancouver, Canada


Join Vancouver Communities in Solidarity with Cuba (VCSC) to welcome distinguished novelist and travel writer Rosa Jordan to Vancouver. Rosa, who lives in the interior of BC, is coming to present her new book “The Woman She Was,” a novel of love, revolution and history, set in today’s revolutionary Cuba.

About The Woman She Was:

The “Woman She Was” tells of 35-year-old Celia Cantú, a Cuban paediatrician whose day-to-day life is unremarkable—or so it seems on the surface. She lives in a somewhat rundown apartment in East Havana and is engaged to Luis Lago, a high-level member of the Cuban government she has known since childhood. She enjoys her work and adores Liliana, the 16-year-old niece she is raising. But three things are about to shatter the serene surface of her life.

Celia begins to have hallucinations wherein, for a few seconds at a time, she feels as if she is not herself but Celia Sánchez, the revolutionary heroine for whom she was named. She considers these mental aberrations abnormal but hesitates to seek psychiatric help. Instead, she decides to visit the historic headquarters of the Cuban revolutionary army where Celia Sánchez lived (with Fidel Castro) during the war. Celia Cantú reaches La Comandancia, high in the Sierra Maestra mountains, where she has an encounter with a man that deepens her doubts about her own sanity.

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