A year of shame for human rights in Cuba: The first anniversary of President Obama’s new Cuba policy

For those of you who live in or near Miami:

PRESS FORUM

17 DECEMBER 2015

A YEAR OF SHAME FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN CUBA: THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF PRESIDENT OBAMA’S NEW CUBA POLICY

Miami, 15 December 2015. Asamblea de la Resistencia Cubana.

WHAT: Experts to analyze the repercussions of President Obama’s new Cuba policy on the first anniversary of its announcement.

WHEN: Thursday, December 17th, 2015 at 10:00am

WHERE: Institute for Cuban and Cuban American Studies (ICCAS)
Casa Bacardi
1531 Brescia Avenue
Coral Gables, Florida (at The University of Miami)

WHO: Dr. Jose Azel, Senior Researcher, Institute for Cuban and Cuban American Studies (ICCAS), author of “Mañana en Cuba”.

John Suarez, Human Rights activist, International Secretary, Cuban Democratic Directorate

Bertha Antunez, Human rights activist, founder in Cuba of support movement for political prisoners.

Dr. Orlando Gutierrez-Boronat, Cuba analyst and activist, National Secretary of the Cuban Democratic Directorate, author of “Cuba: A Nation in search of a State”.

1 thought on “A year of shame for human rights in Cuba: The first anniversary of President Obama’s new Cuba policy”

  1. Shame is not an issue for those who don’t have any or think they’re above it. Human rights was never the point of Obama’s “normalization,” so the fact there’s been no progress on that score is beside the point.

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