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Cuban Federation of Women




On Wednesday, March 13, 2013, you will have a unique opportunity to share an evening of information and open dialogue with Maritzel Gonzalez, Foreign Relations Representative of the Cuban Federation of Women (FMC), North America Region, and others from the delegation of Cuban women participating in this year’s event at the United Nations for Women’s History Month.

During the Question & Answer part of our program, you will also be able to raise your interests and concerns about the current economic, social, and political situation in Cuba. Literature will be available on Cuba and the Cuban 5.

WHEN: Wednesday, March 13, 2013
WHERE: Casa de las américas
182 E. 111th St. (btwn. Lexington Ave. and 3rd Ave.)
Take the 6 train to E. 110th St.
RECEPTION: 6:00 PM – Program Begins 7:00 PM

Suggested donation: $5-10 (no one will be turned away for lack of funds)

Sponsored By:Casa de las Americas and the July 26th Coalition, an ongoing initiative by the orgnizations and individuals in solidarity with the People of Cuba, in the NYC/Tri-State Area.

FMC – Federation of Cuban Women

This forum is an opportunity to hear official representatives of the Cuban Federation of Women (FMC) in an open and free discussion.

The Cuban delegation is in New York as part of United Nations activity around Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day. They will address the position of women in revolutionary Cuba today, as well as the new economic policies being currently implemented; Cuba’s internationalist foreign policy; US-Cuban relations under Obama;  the Case of the Cuban Five and Cuba’s fight against terrorism; democratic rights and human rights in Cuba; and advances in struggles against racism.

Sponsored By:
Casa de las Américas and the July 26th Coalition, an ongoing initiative by the organizations and individuals in solidarity with the People of Cuba in the NYC/Tri-State Area, and
Occupy Harlem.

For more information call: 917-887-8710