Friday, March 26, 2021

Why There Are No George Floyds in Cuba. Register for Sunday April 11, 2021.




- Aislinn Pulley
- co-founder of Chicago Black Lives Matter.
- Kimberley Washington -  Long-time Black rights activist, member 2019 Venceremos Brigade trip to Cuba.
- August Nimtz - co-chair Minnesota Cuba Committee, professor of Political Science, University of Minnesota

- Sandi Sherman - Minnesota Cuba Committee





On May 25, 2020 video of George Floyd being tortured to death by Minneapolis police outraged the world leading to protests by millions of people around the world.  Today even as people like Breonna Taylor are being killed with impunity by police, Derek Chauvin is on trial for the murder of George Floyd as the world watches.     

62 years ago the people of Cuba made a revolution, showing that a better world is possible.   While a big percentage of people in Cuba are Afro-Cubans, they are not gunned down or strangled to death by police.



Sponsored by the US – Cuba Normalization Committee and the Minnesota Cuba Committee



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In Solidarity,
Organizing Committee, International Conference for the Normalization of US-Cuba Relations
Saving Lives Campaign US-CANADA-CUBA Cooperation
New York-New Jersey Cuba Sí Coalition
National Network On Cuba
Canadian Network on Cuba
Table de concertation et de solidarité Québec - Cuba


End All Economic and Travel Sanctions Against Cuba!
Return Guantanamo Territory to Cuba!
Stop US “Regime Change” Policy Against Cuba!



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