Heavy rains are leaving a desolate panorama in eastern Cuba. Entire communities are buried under thick mud and water due to the torrential and prolonged rains that have been lashing the country for the past weeks.
A report published this week featuring previously unreleased drawings by Abu Zubaydah — a 52-year-old Saudi who has been imprisoned by the United States for more than 20 years at C.I.A. “black sites” and Guantánamo Bay — offers new insight into torture suffered by a man caught up in a case of mistaken identity.
It is painfully clear that the Pentagon and the CIA simply cannot let go of their obsession with controlling Cuba. The ultimate answer to this moral and economic travesty lies with the American people. After all, the Pentagon’s and the CIA’s economic embargo is also an attack on us and, specifically, our fundamental, natural, God-given rights of economic liberty, freedom of travel, freedom of trade, and freedom of association.
“We will continue to prioritize development based on science, the health of the people over wealth, solidarity over selfishness in harsh times, despite the economic crisis, pandemics, and blockade,” the minister concluded. The world should be more like Cuba to become a better place.
” Joe Biden should remove Cuba from the list of countries sponsoring terrorism without further delay, a decision taken by his predecessor Donald Trump”
Hear from some of the 150 young organizers from the US that traveled to Cuba as part of the 2023 May Day Brigade with the International Peoples’ Assembly
150 young leaders from the United States took part in a 10-day delegation to Cuba to exchange and learn from the Cuban people. On their return, many of them were detained at US airports and their devices were searched
“To support this Revolution, after having seen many countries in many continents, is for me the most sincere act of honesty that I can do at this moment of my life”
It is a little know fact that Cuba provided medical treatment and care to more children affected by the Chernobyl disaster than any other country in the world. According to official figures, over 25,000 children from the affected areas of Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia were treated in Cuba’s healthcare system between 1990 and 2011, thanks to the island nation’s humanitarian aid program. This is because the island nation’s humanitarian aid program received little media coverage in the West, despite its significant impact on the lives of thousands of affected children.
The IPA invited young activists across a diversity of struggles in the US to participate in an exchange in Cuba, an experience deprived of them and their generation by the blockade