The Significance of the Cuban 5 a Quarter of a Century since their Arrest

The Cuban Five were released not because the US somehow had a change of heart but rather through popular struggle. It was because of the unbendable bravery of the Cuban Five in deplorable US prisons, It was because of the relentless determination of their families who travelled the world as active agents in the battle for their freedom, it was because of the unwavering support of the Cuban people through all those years and it was also because of the strength of a worldwide solidarity movement that kept growing calling for their release.

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SF Action: Take Cuba Off the State Sponsor of Terrorism List!

Nationwide actions, including this one in San Francisco, will take place on the weekend of June 24-25 to demand that the U.S. remove Cuba from its unwarranted and defamatory “State Sponsor of Terrorism (SSoT)” list, which, along with the tightening of the 60-year-long Blockade under Trump and Biden, is having a devastating effect on the Cuban economy.

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Film Showing: Castro’s Spies

In Washington DC, a June 22 showing of “Castro’s Spies”, the story of the Cuban Five, the five heroic Cuban men who risked their lives to go undercover in South Florida to uncover and expose terrorist plots against Cuba being hatched there by anti-Cuban groups, told in the words of the Five themselves.

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Washington Post Opinion: Next pandemic, let Cuba vaccinate the world

Cuba exported almost as many COVID vaccine doses as it used at home, supplying Venezuela, Mexico, Vietnam, Syria, Nicaragua, Belarus and Iran. But while many countries in Africa and South Asia also desperately needed vaccines, they did not take advantage of Cuba’s offer. The reason — the U.S. blockade, and particularly the bogus designation of Cuba as a “State Sponsor of Terrorism”. The Blockade is not just hurting Cuba. It’s hurting the world.

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Supermajority of Cubans vote for revolutionary ‘Families Code’

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The Cuban people voted by supermajority on Sept. 25 to approve the Families Code, a
revolutionary law that modernizes, recognizes and legalizes all manifestations of families in
Cuba. “In the real Cuba, Cubans are moving steadily into the future, and we are close to achieving a Code of Families that will be among the most advanced, that exalts human dignity as a supreme value and that will bring us closer to [national hero Jose] Martí’s dream of a Cuba ‘with all and for the good of all.’” — Gerardo Hernández, National Coordinator of the Committees in Defense of the Revolution.

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