International Conference Webinar for The Normalization of US-Cuba Relations Nov 13-15, 2020

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International Conference Webinar for The Normalization of US-Cuba Relations

The program includes speakers from Cuba, the U.S., Canada, Quebec, Puerto Rico, and more – to be announced!

Friday, November 13th, 8:00pm (est), International Concert Against the Blockade
El Septeto Santiaguero, Pablo Menendez and Mezcla, Moncada, Telmary, Alexander Abreu, Nancy Morejon, Jack Hirschman, El Jones, Jane Bunnett, Rebel Diaz, Brothers RodStarz, G1, Arturo O’Farrill,…and more!

 

Register for International Solidarity Concert
Register for Saturday, Nov. 14th and Sunday, Nov. 15th Conference

Saturday, November 14th

Session 1 ~ 2:00 pm
Eastern/11:00 am Pacific

After the U.S. Elections: For Normalization! Why We Must End the Blockade on Cuba!

Presentations | Q&A

Welcome and Greetings from Gail Walker & Ike Nahem
Cheryl LaBash, National Network on Cuba
Isaac Saney, Canadian Network on Cuba
José Ramón Cabañas — Cuba’s Ambassador to the United States
Ambassador Josefina Vidal — Cuba’s Ambassador to Canada. Lead negotiator in talks with Barack Obama Administration leading to reestablishment of US-Cuba diplomatic relations

Other prominent speakers to be announced!

Session 2 ~ 7:00 pm
Eastern/4:00 pm Pacific
Co-chairs:

Alison Bodine, Chair of Vancouver’s AntiWar Coalition
Pambana Gutto Bassett, Witness for Peace

Saving Lives Campaign — Bringing Cuba’s Example to the U.S. and Canada During the Global Pandemic
  • Dr. Samira Addrey – a graduate of ELAM and program coordinator for the ELAM scholarship program
  • Dr. Andy Coates – Physician in Albany NY on the frontline of treating COVID-19 patients
  • Alicia Jrapko – Co-chair of the Cuba Nobel Prize Committee

Closing Session: Sunday, November 15th

Closing Session: Sunday, November 15
11:00 AM (PST)
2:00 PM  (EST)
7:00 PM  UK; 8:00 PM South Africa 

Special Guests
Pedro Luis Pedroso Cuesta — Permanent Ambassador of Cuba to the United Nations
Pedro Luis Pedroso Cuesta — Permanent Ambassador of Cuba to the United Nations
Fernando Gonzalez Llort — President of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP); Cuban internationalist fighter in Angola 1987-1989; Cuban Five hero

Defeating 60 Years of the US Economic and Political War Against Cuba: US, Canada, and International Perspectives for Building Solidarity to End the Blockade in 2021

Broadening Cuba solidarity

Tamara Hansen
Tamara Hansen — Coordinator, Vancouver Communities in Solidarity With Cuba
Aislinn Pulley
Aislinn Pulley — Black Lives Matter, Chicago
Brenda Lopez
Brenda Lopez — Co-coordinator, Los Angeles, US Hands Off Cuba Committee. Participant, Recent Cubambiente International Conference in Havana.

Let’s Build an Unstoppable Momentum to Defeat the US Blockade of Cuba in 2021!

  • This Closing Session will focus on action and expanding international collaboration and movement-building to defeat — once and for all time — the blockade and secure US-Cuba normalization as demanded by the peoples of the world, including clear majorities in the United States.

Participate in a dynamic discussion with speakers and special guests from Cuba, the United States, Canada, Quebec, Puerto Rico and internationally.

Travel to Cuba

  • Mayra Alonso – from Marazul Tours
Mayra Alonso - from Marazul Tours
All the sessions will include Q&A and Discussions
View program for Sat. Nov. 14th and Sun. Nov. 15th
Register for Saturday, Nov. 14th and Sunday, Nov. 15th Conference
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In Solidarity,
Organizing Committee, International Conference for the Normalization of US-Cuba Relations
us-cubanormalization.org
Saving Lives Campaign US-CANADA-CUBA Cooperation
savinglives.us-cubanormalization.org
New York-New Jersey Cuba Sí Coalition
cubasinynjcoalition.org
National Network On Cuba
nnoc.info
Canadian Network on Cuba
canadiannetworkoncuba.ca
End All Economic and Travel Sanctions Against Cuba!
Return Guantanamo Territory to Cuba!
Stop US “Regime Change” Policy Against Cuba!

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