U.S. Cuba Relations and the Case of the Cuban Five




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Published on Nov 2, 2014

Rudolfo Reyes, Cuban Ambassador to the U.N.
Estela Vazquez, Executive VP, 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East
Professor Luis Barrios, Dept. of Latin America Latina/o Studies
Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana, Central Park 5 frame-up victims
Juanita Young and Iris Baez, long-time leaders in fight against police brutality in NYC
Claudia Mendoza, John Jay Student, People Power Movement

Sponsored by OCTOBER 25 FREE THE FIVE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: 1199SEIU Caribbean and Latin America Democracy Committee, Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Circle, All-African People's Revolutionary Party, Alternativo Revolucionaria, ANSWER, BAYAN, Black Agenda Report, Brecht Forum, Casa de las Americas, Communist Party USA, Cuba Solidarity New York, Frente Socialista de Puerto Rico, El Frente Amplio Dominicano, Fuerza de la Revolucion, Harlem Tenants Council, IFCO/Pastors for Peace, Jane Franklin, International Action Center, International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5, Jericho Movement, Joan Gibbs, July 26 Coalition, La Pena, Leslie Cagan, Margaret Gilpin, Michael Tarif Warren, Mickey Melendez, National Committee to Free the Cuban Five, National Lawyers Guild, National Network on Cuba, Nellie Bailey, Partido Nacionalista de Puerto Rico - Junta de Nuevo York, Party for Socialism and Liberation, People Power Movement, People's Organization for Progress, Philippine Forum, Popular Education, Project to Free the Cuban Five, ProLibertad, Rosemari Mealy, Sam Anderson, Sisa Pakari Labor Center, Socialist Action, Socialist Workers Party, Venceremos Brigade, WBAI "Cuba In Focus", Workers World Party.


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