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Cuba Solidarity in Canada


What Lies Across the Water

Cuba and Its Neighbours

Cuba and Its Neighbours



Cuba: A Revolution in Motion

 Intimate Strangers

 



Cuba's Health Care System



Democracy in Cuba



Visiting Cuba



People's Power



Dissidentes



Good Morning Cuba!



My Malecón



5 Decades of the Cuban Revolution

  

Capitalism in Crisis

 

 

[Canadian Dimension]

Canadian Dimension's July / August, 2003 issue explores the international reaction to Cuba's so-called dissident movement and the jailing of those shown to be acting as agents of the United States government. This issue includes articles by James Petras, Karen Lee Wald, Saul Landau, Eduardo Galeano, Michael Lebowitz and Terry Murphy. A must-read! 

 

 

 

 

 


Democracy


Cuba Solidarity in Canada - Edited by Nino Pagliccia

Five Decades of People-to-People Foreign Relations, is a collection of essays about the Canadian solidarity movement in support of Cuba during more than 50 years. Throughout the different experiential stories, the notion of solidarity emerges as the common theme of people-to-people (non-governmental) links between Canada and Cuba. The book suggests a framework that informs the reader on the meaning, positive influence and potentially valuable role that solidarity can play in the relationship between peoples, indeed between nations. It also advances the possibility of a new paradigm of state-to-state foreign relations that is based on solidarity instead of ideological posture.

http://www.friesenpress.com/bookstore/title/119734000013405181/Nino-Pagliccia-Cuba-Solidarity-in-Canada 
 

 

(Editorial José Martí, ISBN: 0-968-5084-0-5)
Canada-Cuba Distribution and Publishing
P.O. Box 55025, Fairmount Station
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
H2T 3E2


Cuba and Its Neighbours - Democracy in Motion - Arnold August

In this groundbreaking book, Arnold August explores Cuba’s unique form of democracy, presenting a detailed and balanced analysis of Cuba’s electoral process and the state’s functioning between elections. By comparing it with practices in the U.S., Venezuela, Bolivia and Ecuador, August shows that people’s participation in politics and society is not limited to a singular U.S.-centric understanding of democracy. For example, democracy as practised in the U.S. is largely non-participatory, static and fixed in time.

"Arnold August cuts through the common propaganda about democracy in the U.S. and the supposed lack of democracy in Cuba." - Cliff DuRand, Professor Emeritus of Social Philosophy, Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland.

"A must-read for anybody seriously interested in Cuba, and in the overall question of democracy and its practices." -  Claudia Kaiser-Lenoir, Professor Emerita of Latin American Studies, Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts.
For further information including Reviews, Contents, the Author and how to individually purchase the book as well as request bulk orders for solidarity organizations, please click here.

 

What Lies Across the Water - The Real Story of the Cuban Five - Stephen Kimber

”Provides the key information and analysis needed to understand the case of the Cuban Five” — Danny Glover, actor, activist

”The most complete — and moving — account of the Cuban Five I’ve yet read.” — Wayne Smith, Director, US Interest Section in Havana, 1979-82

”Far from being a boring account of deeds and misdeeds, Kimber employs eloquent prose and an enjoyable style to draw the reader into the tangled layers of terrorism and murder, espionage and deception, propaganda and myths, life sentences and impunity, meanness and hatred, love and sacrifice, romance and solitude, patriotism and delusion, good intentions and bad, and lies, lies, and more lies.” —Havana Times

”This book removes the thin fabric of lies around the case of five Cuban intelligence agents who came to Miami to fight terrorism ... This book has the detail and the analysis. Read it.” — Saul Landau, Director of Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand Up?

http://fernwoodpublishing.ca/What-Lies-Across-the-Water/


- Peter Roman
Review & Purchase info




The U.S. Blockade

The U.S.A. versus Cuba: Nationalizations and Blockade - Olga Miranada Bravo

Editorial José Martí
ISBN: 959-09-0097-6)


Cuba in the 1990s- José Bell Lara

A compilation featuring articles from professors with the Facultad de Latino America en Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) at the Universidad de la Habana (Coordinator: Dr. , Editorial José Martí



Development, Capitalism, Global Issues





Literature, Culture & Art


This book is dedicated to Poetry, Bringing together, two peoples, two countries.
Hidden Brook Press



A book of poetry inspired by Cuba
Hidden Brook Press


Poesía de Amor - Editor: Luis Toledo Sante

Editoral Letras Cubanas, ISBN: 959-10-0618-7


- Senator Jacques Hébert

An unusual account of an extraordinary trip: The Honourable Jacques Hébert, former senator, prolific author and founder of Canada World Youth, has written a book about a recent visit to CWY's programs in Cuba. Illustrated with 70 photographs, this book relates the trip of 30 Canadians delighted to discover, or rediscover, this fascinating country, and to observe a group of Cubans and Canadians learning from one another and from their host communities. A wonderful storyteller, with a writing style all his own, Mr. Hébert demonstrates through this latest work his strong affection for the Cuban people and his undying passion for youth. The book is available in English and French. All royalties and profits from the sale of the book will be donated to Canada World Youth. To order: OnlineDownload & Fax PDFCall toll free: 1-800-605-3526



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Other Recommended Reading

Memoria del Fuego (Memory of Fire) - Eduardo Galeano

Trilogy comprised of "Genesis," "Faces & Masks," and "Century of the Wind"

Bitter Fruit: The Untold Story of the American Coup in Guatemala - Stephen Schlesinger and Stephen Kinzer

ISBN: 0-385-18354-2