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Letters of Support for IFCO from Cuban Churches

Letters of Support from Cuban Churches (In Spanish) From: “Institución Religiosa” Asociación Cultural Yoruba de Cuba.   Written by Sr. Jose Manuel Pérez Andino, Presidente Junta Directiva Iglesia Presbiteriana Reformada.   Written by P.P. Marlon Irrarragorri Martínez (Moderador), P.P. Liudmila Hernández…

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Caravan visits the Denmark Vesey House in Charleston, SC

We visited the house of Denmark Vesey, who organized a slave revolt which was betrayed, he was killed on July 2, 1822. He was one of the founders of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, site of the recent terrorist attack.

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May 9-19 is Cuba’s National Week Against Homophobia, and you’re invited to be there!

Want to come to Cuba on a delegation in May?  May 9-19 is Cuba’s National Week Against Homophobia, and you’re invited to be there.  Join in the Gay Pride parade in Havana, workshops and a theological dialogue concerning LGBT issues. …

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IFCO Applauds the Senate’s New Freedom to Travel to Cuba Act

The Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization congratulates U.S. Senators Dick Durbin (D-IL). Jeff Flake (R-AZ), Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and John Boozman (R-AR) for introducing the Freedom to Travel to Cuba Act of 2015. The Freedom to Travel to Cuba Act of…

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Miami Celebration for the Cuban Five

Cuban Heroes are Free

Cuban Heroes are Free

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Venceremos Brigade & Black Lives Matter Presents: From Ferguson to NYC to Cuba.

Dear Supporters, Gail Walker, IFCO Executive Director, will be speaking today at “Venceremos Brigade & Black Lives Matter Presents: From Ferguson to NYC to Cuba”. Please join us there. Here is the event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/431220760366998/?ref_notif_type=plan_mall_activity&source=1 Panelists will also include: Monica…

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Interviews from Havana-Pastors for Peace

teleSUR English Published on Sep 4, 2014 Cristina Escobar reports from Havana on the efforts of the US ecumenical group Pastors for Peace to challenge Washington’s blockade of the island nation. Gail Walker describes the Pastors for Peace campaigns to…

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