Cuban Leader Kenia Serrano Puig, to Speak in Richmond, CA‏

Oct 20, 2015 by

Cuban Leader Kenia Serrano Puig President of ICAP to speak at the East Bay Center for the Performing Arts, Richmond, CA
Featuring Kenia Serrano Puig, President of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP) and Member of the Cuban National Parliament
Photo: Bill Hackwell
  Friday November 13, 7:30pm
East Bay Center for the Performing Arts
339 11th Street, Richmond CA 94801-3105
Doors Open 6:30pm
$10-20 Donation at the Door
(nobody turned away for lack of funds)
Students and children free admission
This will be a unique opportunity to hear from the Cuban perspective about the new stage of U.S.-Cuba relations and the role that the U.S. Cuba solidarity movement can play in ending the U.S. blockade.
Keynote Speaker, Kenia Serrano Puig
  • Welcome by Gayle McLaughlin, Richmond City Council Member
  • Dr. Laura Gomez, recently graduated from the Latin America School of Medicine (ELAM)
  • Leima Martinez, ICAP North America Division
  • Walter Turner, KPFA Host of Africa Today
Musical performance by a local group
ICAP is a social organization founded on December 30, 1960 for the purpose of promoting and explaining to the peoples of the world the relations of solidarity that sparked the Cuban Revolution. ICAP is the vehicle to reach around the globe to people who are in solidarity with Cuba. ICAP is that interface that strengthens the network of solidarity, while representing the Cuban people, and delivering a strong message that solidarity not only benefits Cuba but the peoples of the world who are aspiring to promote the idea that a better world is possible for all.
Organized by the International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity
Sponsored by: Global Exchange, Richmond CA, Regla Cuba Friendship Committee, Berkeley-Palma Soriano Sister City Association, SOL Economics. 
For more information call 510-219-0092 
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