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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Hatuey Project Delivers Emergency Medical Supplies to Cuba

Supplies being delivered to Cuba

In late August, activists with the Hatuey Project arrived in Cuba with $20,000 worth of medical supplies designated for victims of the tragic fire at the Matanzas oil storage facility. Two of them, Gloria LaRiva and Dr. Leni Villagómez Reeves, held a press conference for Cuban journalists before delivering the supplies.

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Urgent appeal to help victims of the massive fire in Cuba

Supplies are urgently needed to save the lives of the burn victims resulting from the recent disastrous fire in Matanzas, Cuba. The Hatuey Project is working to provide some of the most critical supplies for burn patients: special ointments and gauzes, specialized intravenous solution, syringes/needles, antibiotics, surgical gloves and much more. You can help by donating money to finance these supplies.

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Havana Syndrome claims exposed…by the CIA!

A new CIA report admits what the Cuban government and Cuban scientists have said since “Havana Syndrome” was first reported — U.S. government claims that its diplomats and spies in Cuba and other countries had been “attacked” by mysterious (and non-existent) sonic or microwave weapons were “never backed up by any evidence.”

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On normalizing relations with Cuba, where is Nancy Pelosi?

On a cold, windy, and drizzly January 3, more than 30 people rallied outside the Federal Building in San Francisco to demand that Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi sign on to a Congressional letter to President Biden, urging him to move toward normalizing relations with Cuba (Post includes video from the rally).

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La Corea — A Cuban neighborhood you won’t see on CNN

Cuba is under unprecedented attack — the U.S. government is attempting a coup in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet despite a lack of resources and the U.S. blockade, 65 Havana neighborhoods are being prioritized for improvements. This is the story of La Corea.

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Díaz-Canel: Socialism is the reason Cuba survives

“Only socialism can explain the fact that we have survived the ferocious, genocidal siege without renouncing development”: Speech by Miguel M. Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba Central Committee and President of the Republic, during the closing of the National Assembly of People’s Power Ninth Legislature’s Seventh Ordinary Period of Sessions, held at the Convention Center, October 28, 2021, Year 63 of the Revolution

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Marta Rojas: The chronicler of Moncada

Revered and highly awarded Cuban journalist Marta Rojas died earlier this month. This article, written five years ago, describes how Rojas was in Santiago de Cuba at the time of the assault on the Moncada and bore witness to the torture and deaths of the rebels soldiers at the hands of the Batista regime. She transcribed the famous “History Will Absolve Me” speech delivered by Fidel Castro at his trial. In later years she became the first Latin American war correspondent to cover the U.S. war in Vietnam.

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