Time For US To Leave Guantanamo Bay

By Mike Byrne, Medium.com. -

No foreign military base is more controversial than that of the detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. February 23rd, 2018 marks the 115th anniversary of when the US Government signed a [...]

Cuban Doctors To Help Patients In South Side Chicago

By Staff, Telesur. -

With no solution in sight regarding infant mortalities, residents of Chicago's South Side, home to numerous predominantly Black neighborhoods, have resorted to mentors from the Cuban Ministry of [...]

Cuba: 100-Year Plan To Protect Itself From Climate Change

By Richard Stone, Sciencemag.org -

On its deadly run through the Caribbean last September, Hurricane Irma lashed northern Cuba, inundating coastal settlements and scouring away vegetation. The powerful storm dealt Havana only a [...]

Trump Cracks Down On Trade And Travel To Cuba

By Medea Benjamin, www.popularresistance.org -

By Medea Benjamin. On Wednesday, November 8, just as President Trump was clinching new business deals with the repressive Communist government of China, the Trump administration announced its new [...]

ACT OUT! [136] – Cuba: What You Didn’t Know You Didn’t Know

By Eleanor Goldfield, occupy.com -

By Eleanor Goldfield for Occupy - This week on Act Out!, Cuba – the good, the bad, the ugly and the beautiful. From my experiences there two weeks ago, to new updates on U.S.-Cuba relations, I'll [...]

Trump Administration Ignoring World; Hardens Blockade On Cuba

By Staff, www.plenglish.com -

By Staff for Prensa Latina. Despite the international community overwhelmingly urging at the UN Washington ought to put an end to the economic, financial and trade blockade on Cuba, the US [...]

JFK Files: CIA Plot to Stage Miami Bombings & Blame Fidel Castro

By Staff, www.telesurtv.net -

By Staff for Telesur. The CIA considered bombing Miami and other cities to create a terror threat while blaming the government of Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, according to the [...]

Students Will Sail For Cuba, Despite U.S. Travel Warnings

By Staff, www.progresoweekly.us -

By Staff of Progresso Weekly - Despite U.S. warnings against travel to Cuba, a 130-foot American school schooner operated by Ocean Passages of Portland, ME, will sail this week from Washington, [...]

A Tale Of Two Islands

By Vijay Prashad, www.frontline.in -

By Vijay Prashad of Frontline - HURRICANES DEVELOP IN THE ATLANTIC Ocean and move across the cold water towards the warmer sea of the Caribbean. All that energy journeys, picking up steam, [...]

Declaration Of The Ministry Of Foreign Affairs Of Cuba

By Staff, www.minrex.gob.cu -

By Staff of Cuba Minrex - On September 29, 2017, the US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson announced the decision to significantly downscale the diplomatic staff of the US embassy in Havana and [...]

Perverse Mobility: From BaltimoreGhetto To HabanaStation

By Cliff DuRand, www.popularresistance.org -

By Cliff DuRand for The Center for Global Justice. Last year’s film hit in Cuba was “HabanaStation”, directed by Ian Padron. It is the touching story of a developing friendship between two boys [...]

Days Of Action: Stop Economic War Against Cuba

By Ajowa Nzinga Ifateyo, www.geo.coop -

By Ajowa Nzinga Ifateyo for GEO. For nearly 60 years, the United States government has waged economic war against Cuba, causing untold suffering, death and starvation of thousands of the Cuban [...]

The Korean Missile Crisis Vs. The Cuban Missile Crisis

By Paul Street, www.truthdig.com -

By Paul Street for Truth DIg - One of the more irritating claims made by members of the John F. Kennedy cult holds that JFK heroically saved humanity from annihilation during the Cuban missile [...]

Statement Of Cuba In Reaction To Trump’s New Cuba Policy

By Staff, www.minrex.gob.cu -

By Staff of Cuba Min Rex - On June 16, 2017, US President Donald Trump delivered a speech full of hostile anti-Cuban rhetoric reminiscent of the times of open confrontation with our country in a [...]

Reflections On A Visit To Cuba’s Urban Cooperatives

By Christina Clamp, www.geo.coop -

By Christina Clamp for Grassroots Economic Organizing - Cuba has been of interest to me for many years. I lived in Guatemala and Costa Rica from September, 1974 to December, 1975. During that [...]