Wed, April 27: Public meeting for Cuban Yexenia Calzado, 7pm, Auckland Trades Hall
April 10, 2016 Leave a comment
Hear a speaker from Cuba
End the U.S. embargo
No interference in Cuba’s internal affairs
In December 2014 Cuba and the United States resumed diplomatic relations and the Cuban Five were freed from U.S. jails. This reflected the continuing strength of the Cuban revolution.
The U.S. still wants to destroy the Cuban revolution, as it has for more than 56 years, but is now using different methods. U.S. President Obama’s statements during his recent visit to Cuba were an indication of this.
Yexenia Calzado is in charge of solidarity work with South Asia and the Pacific for the Cuban Institute for Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP). She is currently speaking in Australia, including on Cuba’s contribution to an Aboriginal adult literacy campaign.
Public meeting and discussion
7pm Wednesday April 27th
Trades Hall 147 Great North Rd Grey Lynn
For more information, email Cuba Friendship Society cubafriends.ak
or phone Malcolm, 021 151 7887 or Fiona, 09 620 9872
Donations gratefully accepted to: The New Zealand Cuba Society 02-0159-0200303-00