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Trump in Miami June 16 to Announce His Cuba Policy: Print E-mail

In the Midst of Majority Bipartisan American Opposition to a Reversal

By Arnold August, June 13, 2017

This week, Cuba is once again at the very center of American politics arising out of the controversy over the Cuba policy. However, to date, you would never know judging by the mainstream conglomerate media. Nonetheless, since the unofficial news broke on June 9 regarding Trump’s Miami visit and its purpose, there has been what seems to be an unprecedented daily (and now almost hourly) issuing of statements, positions and letters. The common denominator is a demand to not only allow trade and travel to continue under the new Cuba policy, but to end restrictions altogether.

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8th BIENNIAL CONVENTION OF THE CANADIAN NETWORK ON CUBA: Print E-mail

BUILDING & DEEPENING CANADA-CUBA SOLIDARITY

From June 3-4, 2017, Canada-Cuba solidarity and friendship organizations from across the country held the very successful 8th Biennial Convention of the Canadian Network On Cuba in Toronto City Hall.  After the acknowledgment that delegates and guests were meeting on traditional and unceded indigenous territory, Chief Laforme of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation opened the convention with a poignant message on the unity and fraternity of the world’s peoples.

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Cuba–U.S. Relations: Obama and Beyond Print E-mail

Just released from Fernwood Publishing.

Arnold August’s Third Book on Cuba.

Cuba–U.S. Relations: Obama and Beyond

This book could not have been more timely. With Fidel Castro’s death focusing outside attention on Cuba’s future and with Trump’s election throwing U.S.–Cuban “normalization” into question, Arnold August contests the common assumptions and public rhetoric about Cuban politics and about that “normalization.”

— Antoni Kapcia, University of Nottingham

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Cuba issues its first postage stamp against homophobia Print E-mail

HAVANA, Cuba, May 12 (acn) Cuba's efforts to visualize and safeguard the struggle for respect for free and responsible sexual orientation and gender identity were ratified with the issue of the first postage stamp against homophobia and transphobia in this city.

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CNC News and Events

Isaac Saney interviewed by the Taylor Report
06/06/2019

CNC co-chair Isaac Saney's interview on the Taylor Report on Canada-Cuba-US relations in the time of Trump in anticipation of the kick-off panel discu...

Cuba Moving Forward in 2019: a talk by Ambassador Josefina Vidal
04/06/2019

Saturday, June 8th 2019 - 7:30 p.m.
Church of the Holy Trinity
19 Trinity Square (Across Bay St. from City Hall)
Toronto, Ontario

Cuba in the Time of Trump: An Island Against the Empire
04/06/2019

7pm, Friday, June 7
A Different Booklist
779 Bathurst St., Toronto
Kick-off event to the 9th Biennial CNC Convention (June 8-9, 2019).

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