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7/27: 60th Anniversary of Moncada, which started the Cuban Revolution!

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  • FreetheCuban5 LibertadparalosCinco
    The Popular Education Project to Free the Cuban 5 Email:  freethecuban5@gmail.com Website:  www.freethecuban5.org Facebook: 
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 2 5:22 PM
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      The Popular Education Project to Free the Cuban 5
      Email:  freethecuban5@...
      Website: 
      www.freethecuban5.org
      Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/NYC-Free-the-Cuban-5

      Twitter:  https://twitter.com/freethecuban5

      Telephone: 718-601-4751


      Speakers:

      Oscar Leon – Deputy Ambassador of Cuba to the United Nations
      Rafael Cancel Miranda – Historic Puerto Rican Independence Fighter
      Ramsey Clark- Former US Attorney General
      Leslie Cagan – Peace and Justice Movement
      Rosemari Mealy – Educator, Author “Fidel and Malcolm X: Memories of a Meeting.”

      Musical Performers by:
      Neri Olivares, The Bolivarian Brigade, DJ Mellow G

      This year we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the opening of the mass struggle that led to the victory of the Cuban Revolution. On July 26, 1953, some 160 men and women, led by Fidel Castro and Abel Santamaria, launched attacks on the Moncada army barracks in Santiago de Cuba and the nearby Bayamo garrison. The attacks failed and dozens of the rebels were murdered after capture and horrible torture, or were jailed. But the action paved the way for a revolutionary war led by the July 26 Movement, culminating in a popular insurrection that toppled the US-supported Batista dictatorship on January 1, 1959.

      Cuban workers and farmers took power out of the hands of the wealthy elite and its US imperialist backers, established a government of their own, and began to transform society for the benefit of the vast majority. For more than five decades, the Cuban people have defended their socialist revolution against the economic and political war, and other attacks, by eleven successive US Administrations.

      Join us to celebrate and to hear what the Cuban Revolution means today and why it remains an example for working people – and all oppressed and exploited humanity – around the world, including here in the United States.
      Suggested Donation $10.00 (No One Turned Away For Lack Of Funds)

      For More Information and Flyers (917) 887-8710




    • FreetheCuban5 LibertadparalosCinco
      The Popular Education Project to Free the Cuban 5 Email:  freethecuban5@gmail.com Website:  www.freethecuban5.org Facebook: 
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 14 4:17 PM
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        The Popular Education Project to Free the Cuban 5
        Email:  freethecuban5@...
        Website: 
        www.freethecuban5.org
        Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/NYC-Free-the-Cuban-5

        Twitter:  https://twitter.com/freethecuban5

        Telephone: 718-601-4751



        Speakers:

        Oscar Leon – Deputy Ambassador of Cuba to the United Nations
        Rafael Cancel Miranda – Historic Puerto Rican Independence Fighter
        Ramsey Clark- Former US Attorney General
        Leslie Cagan – Peace and Justice Movement
        Rosemari Mealy – Educator, Author “Fidel and Malcolm X: Memories of a Meeting.”

        Musical Performers by:
        Neri Olivares, The Bolivarian Brigade, DJ Mellow G

        This year we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the opening of the mass struggle that led to the victory of the Cuban Revolution. On July 26, 1953, some 160 men and women, led by Fidel Castro and Abel Santamaria, launched attacks on the Moncada army barracks in Santiago de Cuba and the nearby Bayamo garrison. The attacks failed and dozens of the rebels were murdered after capture and horrible torture, or were jailed. But the action paved the way for a revolutionary war led by the July 26 Movement, culminating in a popular insurrection that toppled the US-supported Batista dictatorship on January 1, 1959.

        Cuban workers and farmers took power out of the hands of the wealthy elite and its US imperialist backers, established a government of their own, and began to transform society for the benefit of the vast majority. For more than five decades, the Cuban people have defended their socialist revolution against the economic and political war, and other attacks, by eleven successive US Administrations.

        Join us to celebrate and to hear what the Cuban Revolution means today and why it remains an example for working people – and all oppressed and exploited humanity – around the world, including here in the United States.
        Suggested Donation $10.00 (No One Turned Away For Lack Of Funds)

        For More Information and Flyers (917) 887-8710






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