Che Brigade Reportback and Special Presentation by Cuban Embassy Rep

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Saturday, December 2nd @ The Real News Studio (231 Holliday St.), 4pm-7pm

WHAT LESSONS DOES CUBA & CHE GUEVARA HOLD FOR BALTIMORE?
Report back from participants of the 50th Anniversary “In the footsteps of Che” brigade

Hear First secretary of the Cuban Embassy, Miguel Fraga

Art – Music – Poetry – Films – Refreshments

First-hand accounts by the youth delegates who traveled to Cuba.
Hear their riveting stories! What Che & Cuba mean for their lives.
***Special presentation by the Cuban Embassy’s First Secretary, Miguel Fraga on “Ending the U.S. Blockade” – followed by questions and comments.

Please don’t miss this very special opportunity! We will not only talk and learn; we will also come out of this forum with future actions and ways that we can continue to deepen our relationship with the Cuban people and fight for justice in Baltimore, Maryland & D.C.

*Note the significance of December 2 – It is the anniversary of the landing of the Granma in 1956 that began the armed struggle culminating in the liberation of Cuba from U.S. domination and the 1959 Cuban Revolution that established socialism just 90 miles from the U.S.

Free and open to the public — but donations gladly accepted to help defray expenses. https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=XS2B8GYQWHV2A

Called by the Baltimore Che Brigade – Endorsed by: Workers World Party; Ujima Peoples Progress Party; Friends of Latin America; Peoples Power Assembly; UMBC Progressives; Baltimore County Green Party; DC Metro Coalition in Solidarity with the Cuban Revolution (list in formation)
For more information or endorsing call: 410-218-4835.

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