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Rally To Free All Of The Cuban Five Now! Print E-mail

Dear Toronto and Area Friends of the Cuban Five

In support of the "5 Days for the Cuban 5" action in Washington D.C., rallies will take place around the world on Saturday, June 1st, in front of U.S. Embassies and Consulates. Friends in Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver and other cities will join in these actions.

Please come and participate in a Toronto rally:

 

Saturday, June 1st, 2013 at 1:00 pm

360 University Avenue
(across the street from the U.S. Consulate)

Facebook Event


Let's send a strong message to U.S. President Obama demanding justice and "Free the Five Now!".

Sponsored by: Toronto Forum on Cuba and La Asociación de Cubanos "Juan Gualberto Gómez".

Endorsed by: The Friends of the Cuban Five Committee; the Worker to Worker, Canada-Cuba Labour Solidarity Network; International Festival of Poetry of Resistance - IFPOR; Canadian-Cuban Friendship Association Toronto; Canadian Network on Cuba; Latin American and Caribbean Solidarity Network; Círculo Bolivariano Louis Riel Toronto; United Jewish People's Order Canada.

 
Sandra Ramirez Speaks in Vancouver Print E-mail

 


Please join us to hear Sandra Ramírez, Director of the Canada Desk of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP). She is visiting Vancouver as part of ICAP's ongoing work to promote and enhance solidarity with the Cuban Revolution and develop friendship between the people of Cuba and of other nations. ICAP is connected with over 2000 organizations in solidarity with Cuba in 152 countries worldwide.

As part of a cross-Canada tour, Sandra will speak about important new developments in:

  • Cuba Today
  • The Case of the 5 Cuban Heroes held in U.S. prisons
  • The Che Guevara Volunteer Work Brigade

The Event will also Feature:

  • Live music from Latin America
  • Poetry
  • A new multimedia presentation from this year's Che Guevara Volunteer Work Brigade to Cuba

To see the event poster | Join the event on Facebook |

Organized by:

  • The Canadian Network on Cuba

Endorsed by:

 
Democracy in the Americas after Chavez Print E-mail

 
The Legacy of Hugo Chavez Print E-mail

The School of Political Studies of the University of Ottawa, the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Canada, and Territorio Libre present:

Conference & Discussion
The Legacy of Hugo Chavez

Thursday, May 23, 2013, 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Faculty of Social Sciences Building (FSS), Room 1030
120 University Private, University of Ottawa


Guest speakers: Michel Chossudovsky, Economist, Professor (Emeritus) at the University of Ottawa; and Arnold August, Montreal-based writer, journalist and lecturer.

Public lecture presented in English. Translation will be available.A short documentary film may be presented to facilitate the discussion.

Following decades of popular discontent, Venezuelans elected Hugo Chavez in 1998.Since 1999 the country experienced a democratic revolutionary process with decisive popular support, which gradually transformed the country’s traditional power structure including the control of the state oil company PDVSA.The control of PDVSA allowed the implementation of numerous social programs in the country and abroad which have benefited millions and the creation of international initiatives such as ALBA, Telesur and others; yet it also made Venezuela a favorite target of the animosity of powerful transnational and national interests.What are the main challenges in the post-Chavez era?How could the narrow victory in the recent presidential elections, the first ones without Chavez in 15 years, be interpreted?Is the opposition on its way to retake power and reestablished the old order?Could the ongoing revolutionary process survive without Chavez? What would happen with ALBA and with other regional initiatives? This panel invites you to debate these issues.

This public lecture is free and open to the public. It is not required to register. For further details, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Parking is available on campus.

 

 

 
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