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Statement by Adriana Perez and Elizabeth Palmeiro on the Case of the Cuban Five Print E-mail

Toronto, September 21, 2012

On behalf of the Cuban Five, their families and the Cuban people, we would like to thank the organizations and personalities for the efforts of organizing this important event, "Breaking the Silence: Justice for the Five", and also the personalities who have decided to speak with one voice to demand the release of our husbands.

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Peoples' Tribunal & Assembly Print E-mail

September 21st - 23rd, 2012

TORONTO, CANADA

Almost 14 years ago, the Cuban Five – René González, Gerardo Hernández, Antonio Guerrero, Ramon Labañino and Fernando González – were falsely charged and wrongly in a Miami courtroom of "conspiracy to commit espionage" against the U.S. on behalf of the Cuban government. Ever since the unjust conviction, the five Cubans have been held in separate U.S. prisons, often in solitary confinement.

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Victory for the Caravan to Cuba! Print E-mail

Joint Statement and Report by Occupy Border groups:

Vancouver Communities in Solidarity with Cuba (VCSC) and the BC Aid Network for Cuba (BCANC)
www.vancubasolidarity.com | www.bcanc.org
July 6, 2012

In memory of a true fighter for peace and social justice causes Rev. Lucius Walker, the founder of IFCO/Pastors for Peace and the inspirer and founder of the Pastors for Peace Caravan to Cuba

Victory for the Caravan to Cuba!
Victory for the Cuban People!
Victory for Humanity!

U.S. and Canadian activists with the Pastors for Peace Caravan to Cuba, organized by IFCO/Pastors for Peace and local groups and individuals, joined together to break the U.S. blockade against Cuba – a truck of humanitarian aid previously denied and rejected by U.S. customs officials is now on its way to Cuba!
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U.S. Customs Releases B.C. Charity Goods Truck Bound for Cuba Print E-mail

By John Colebourn, The Province July 3, 2012

U.S. Customs officials on Monday changed their minds and allowed a pickup truck full of humanitarian aid for Cuba to go through the border.

A B.C. group transporting the humanitarian aid to Cuba was denied entry into the U.S. on Sunday.

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