The United States wants to "isolate a small country because it defends its sovereignty and its right to freely choose its future."
"Each one of us may express through the arts the need for peace to prevail on our planet."
The growing interest in international solidarity by organized labor in the U.S. was on full display Sept. 13, at the national headquarters of the SEIU.
When the corporate-controlled U.S. media conspired with the Miami court to railroad the Cuban 5, few people realized the power of government to silence the truth for so long.
Cuba is the first nation in the world to answer an urgent call for personnel to help stop the spread of Ebola in West Africa and will send 165 medical professionals to Sierra Leone.
Organizations and activists who have been fighting for freedom for the Cuban Five will descend on Washington D.C. during the week starting Sept. 11, for a series of political actions.
The Cuban Five, arrested by the FBI in Miami on September 12, 1998, were political prisoners; three still are.
A small band of courageous and principled young Cubans stormed the Moncada Barracks, the beginning of a movement that has changed the world forever.
From June 4-11, people around the world will take action on behalf of three Cuban patriots wrongfully imprisoned in the United States.
The Miami area continues as a safe haven for Latin American terror perpetrators fleeing their homelands, Cuba in the lead with Venezuela not far behind.