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Learning from the Cuban Model: National Sovereignty & International Solidarity

September 5 - September 14

Photo Courtesy of Jo Czubernat

Total Cost: $1900 plus airfare and visa fee————————————-Total Due: July 14, 2017

Deposit: $150————————————————–Application and Deposit due: June 14, 2017

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This delegation will examine the repercussions of U.S. imperialism on Cuba throughout the island’s history as well as the Cuban Revolution’s material impact on public health, education, food systems, and foreign aid in spite of the U.S. embargo.  Strengthen your analysis of the U.S. response to Cuba’s course of national sovereignty and international solidarity as normalization of relations continues to unfold. Learn directly from rural and urban Cubans prioritizing sustainability.

What to expect:

  • Learn about the history of Cuba’s relationship with U.S. imperialism
  • Hear first-hand the effects of the U.S. embargo and sustainable initiatives of food sovereignty, universal healthcare and education, and international relations
  • Meet directly with Cuban citizens, officials, artists, scholars, and students; visit museums, and tour different governmental projects in order to understand how Cuba uniquely operates within the global community

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For more information, contact delegation coordinators:
Liz Moldan, 507-227-1514, liz@witnessforpeace.org 
Avery Raimondo, 631-384-1380, avery.raimondo@gmail.com 


September 5
September 14
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