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Cuba: Race, Gender, and Social Movements
October 05, 2014 - October 15, 2014
Total Cost: $1800 plus airfare and $75 visa processing fee
Total due: September 15, 2014
Deposit: $150
Deposit due: August 15, 2014
Click here to apply for this trip.

This delegation will have the chance to learn about the history of Cuba and its present condition, through the lenses of race and gender. Cuba is home to many vibrant social movements from all sectors of society, and delegates will have the chance to enjoy lots of interesting meetings and workshops with community leaders. This is a great delegation for those who are interested in racial and gender dynamics back in the States!

  • Learn how the Cuban Revolution has impacted women and people of color
  • Hear about the history of the involvement of marginalized communities in the Revolution and current government
  • Explore the intersections between race, class, and gender in a socialist country
  • Enjoy visits to multiple locations in Havana and throughout the countryside
  • Document the impact of the U.S. embargo on women, children, and Cubans of all classes
  • Experience lots of conversations and interactions with ordinary, every-day Cubans!

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Click here to apply for this trip.
For more information about this delegation, please contact:
Delegation Coordinator
Amy Truax
(206) 787-0657