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Cuba: Cuban Women's Ways of Knowing - Lessons about Issues and Solutions from Women's Perspectives
February 22, 2014 - March 04, 2014
Total Cost: $1600 plus airfare and $75 visa processing fee
Total due: January 19, 2014
Deposit: $150
Deposit due: December 19, 2013
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Hear and experience the unique perspectives of grassroots Cuban women who experience and organize to resolve issues that create an impact on the well-being of women and their families.

This delegation will intentionally include space for women’s voices and women’s work in diverse and interconnected arenas such as:

  • Engage with Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Center’s ecumenical network of Women leaders.
  • Meet with community organizers and visit community projects focusing on health, art, and popular education.
  • Visit sustainable agriculture projects and meet with women involve in urban and rural farming, permaculture and environmental protection.
  • Learn about campaigns against homophobia and promoting rights for transgendered people.
  • Discuss the role of women in Cuban faith communities with female religious leaders from different backgrounds.
  • Learn about the Cuban public health system and preventative medicine.
  • Learn about issues of poverty, female headed households, domestic violence, sexual assault, the sex industry from women who have direct experience supporting other women.
  • Hear the hopes and dreams of Cuban women for themselves, their families and our planet.

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This is a legally licensed People-to-People delegation, which will offer a full-time schedule of educational exchange activities that will result in meaningful interaction between the travelers and individuals in Cuba.

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For more information about this delegation, please contact:
Delegation Coordinator
Linda Riddle