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Casa de las Américas (Casa) is a New York-based organization of Cuban emigrants who support the revolution. Beginning in 1955, the July 26 Committee was established in NY for the purpose of supporting the armed struggle that was taking place in Cuba against the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista. Shortly after the triumph of the revolution in 1959, the Committee was renamed Casa Cuba, which later became Casa de las Américas.

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WE CALL ON ALL FRIENDS OF CUBA AND FIGHTERS FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE TO GATHER AT THE CUBAN MISSION TO THE UNITED NATIONS TO HONOR THE LIFE AND EXAMPLE OF OUR BROTHER, FIDEL CASTRO

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THE GREAT REVOLUTIONARY AND INTERNATIONALIST. THE CHAMPION OF THE OPPRESSED. THE ORGANIZER OF SOLIDARITY.

WHERE:
315 LEXINGTON AVENUE BETWEEN 38th and 39th
STREETS IN MANHATTAN

WHEN:
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4,
12 NOON TO 2:00 PM

TO COINCIDE WITH THE BURIAL OF FIDEL’ S REMAINS IN SANTIAGO DE CUBA AND THE END OF THE NINE DAY MOURNING PERIOD IN CUBA FROM 9:00 AM TO 12:00 NOON, FRIENDS CAN ENTER THE CUBAN MISSION TO SIGN THE CONDOLENCE BOOK FOR FIDEL CASTRO

ALSO
SAVE THE DATE. SAT.JAN. 7TH 2017
CELEBRATION OF FIDEL’S LIFE
INFORMATION WILL BE PROVIDED ON A LATER DATE

The imperishable example of Fidel

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With the passing of the great revolutionary leader Fidel Castro on November 25, 2016 it is first and foremost to the Cuban people that we express our condolences and our solidarity.

Fidel was a product of a profound and rich Cuban and Latin American history, but it must be said that the example and legacy of Fidel belongs in truth to the world. And in particular to the oppressed and exploited overwhelming majority of humanity, in every corner of our Earth.
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U.S. and Cuban Relations

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On Dec. 17th, 2014, President Obama freed the Cuban 5 and publicly stated that relations between the U.S. and Cuba were going to improve. One year later. what has really changed?

Friday Dec. 18th, 2015@
6:30pm – 8:30pm
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Moot Court Room-6.68NB
524 West 59th St.
(btwn. 10th & 11th Avenues)

For more information on New York Cuba Solidarity Project:
email: nycsproject@gmail.com