US blockade of Cuba
Tres lecciones que aprendí en mi visita a Cuba

La revolución cubana ofrece lecciones clave sobre cómo organizar la sociedad de forma que favorezca a la mayoría y no a una élite reducida.

Three lessons I learned on my visit to Cuba

The Cuban revolution offers key lessons for progressive people in the United States about how to organize society in a way that favors the majority, and not an elite few

US “unwilling” to improve relations with Cuba

In an interview with US outlet MSNBC, Cuban official Carlos Fernández de Cossío criticized the inaction by the Biden administration to improve relations between the two countries

“Sanctions have lethal effect”: Intellectuals call for end to US blockade on Cuba and Venezuela

More than 50 academics responded to Democratic senator who dismissed, without evidence, the humanitarian impacts of sanctions

Young leaders from the US pledge to fight blockade of Cuba

Hear from some of the 150 young organizers from the US that traveled to Cuba as part of the 2023 May Day Brigade with the International Peoples’ Assembly

Activists demand US Representative Jim McGovern take action against sanctions

Solidarity activists continue to press US representatives to demand the end of deadly sanctions against Venezuela and Cuba.

Members of youth delegation to Cuba detained on return to US

150 young leaders from the United States took part in a 10-day delegation to Cuba to exchange and learn from the Cuban people. On their return, many of them were detained at US airports and their devices were searched

Jóvenes de EE.UU. viajan a Cuba y rompen el cerco

La AIP invitó a jóvenes activistas de diversas luchas en EE.UU. a participar en un intercambio en Cuba, una experiencia que el bloqueo les ha privado a ellos y a su generación

Cuban parliament re-elects President Miguel Díaz-Canel for second term

Díaz-Canel thanked former president and the first secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, Army General Raúl Castro, for his support and trust, and the Cuban people for their courage and loyalty

Conservatives in the US want the Cuban people to overthrow their own government—or else

Republican politicians want to keep Cuba on the State Sponsors of Terrorism list unless Cubans “transition away from the Castro regime”

People’s power is at the heart of the Cuban political system: Llanisca Lugo

On March 26, the Cuban people go to the polls to elect their representatives to the National Assembly, the country’s legislative body. The members of the Assembly are elected after a long democratic and consultative process

Daily Round-up | Cuba reports 154 billion dollars loss due to US embargo & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of the impact of the US blockade on Cuba, the hunger strike of Alaa Abdel Fattah, a report on rich countries overstating their contributions to climate change mitigation, and talks in Ecuador