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Join us to hear an update on the rescheduled International Cuba Conference

The Conference is rescheduled but the movement to #unblockCuba is not postponed
Join us by webinar

1) REGISTER HERE for the Plenary to be held Saturday, March 21 - 2 pm Eastern, 11 am Pacific

The Impact of the Blockade of Cuba on the People of the U.S.
What We can Do about It.

Update on International Cuba Conference — Ike Nahem, New York-New Jersey Cuba Si Coalition

Chairperson - Gail Walker, IFCO/Pastors for Peace

Panel:
Ambassador Ana Silvia Rodríguez - Cuban Mission to the United Nations
Video greeting to the Conference, Dr. Jorge Delgado Bustillo (introduced by Martín Koppel, Pathfinder Books)
Andrés Gómez — Antonio Maceo Brigade, Alianza Martiana, Miami, Florida
Milagros Rivera — Comité de Solidaridad con Cuba en Puerto Rico
Sean O'Donoghue - Table de concertation de solidarité Québec-Cuba
Isaac Saney - Canadian Network on Cuba

The focus of the conference is developing action.
Hear about some things you can do:
Dr. Rosemari Mealy -- initiator with Attorney Joan P. Gibbs, of the Resolution before the NY City Council -- for the Panel: Resolutions and Legislation to end the blockade of Cuba.

2) REGISTER HERE for Sunday, March 22 - 2 pm Eastern, 11 am Pacific

The Impact of the Blockade of Cuba on the People of the US & What We can do About It

Moderator: Howard Ehrman, Chicago Cuba Coalition

*Implementing Cuban approaches to combat health disparities in marginalized communities of color in the United States -Nathaniel Kratz, MD, ELAM Graduate, Columbia University Primary Care Internal Medicine Physician, New York City
*Environmental Programs’ Exchanges between Cuba & US. -Brenda López, Los Angeles – US Hands off Cuba
*Climate change disaster prevention, preparation & response in Puerto Rico, the US and Cuba -Mildred Milly Guzman-Young – Greater Hartford CT Coalition on Cuba
*Of the community or by the community? Police, criminal and restorative justice in Cuba -Ramon Espinoza - Greater Hartford CT Coalition on Cuba
*Relationship of Cuba’s Education System to Education Struggles in New York City and the US -Malcolm Sacks – New York City Public School Teacher and National Venceremos Brigade Co-Coordinator
*Coronavirus: Bring Down the Blockade NOW: We Demand Protection for Us and Our Most Vulnerable -Asilinn Pulley, Co-Founder, Black Lives Matter, Chicago

More information: www.us-cubanormalization.org
 
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