CODEPINK to Reflect on Cuba Delegation and Opportunities For Joint Struggle

CODEPINK Press Release


February 27, 2015


Kristin Delfs, CODEPINK LA Administrative Coordinator, 310-827-4320,

 Ferguson 2 Cuba 2 LA: Thawing U.S.-Cuba Relations and Opportunities For Joint Struggle

Los Angeles, CA –– On February 19th, 2015 CODEPINK will host a panel discussion on thawing relations with Cuba, a report-back from our Peace Delegation to Cuba, and a discussion of solidarity movements for racial and social justice featuring: CODEPINK anti-war activist, Col. Ann Wright; Rachael Ibrahim, from the Venceremos Brigade NYC; Kwazi Nkrumah, long-time LA Activist and Organizer of the MLK Coalition; Moderated by CODEPINK Co-Founder, Jodie Evans.

Endorsed By: Topanga Peace Alliance, MLK Coalition of Greater Los Angeles, Muslimahs for Peace & Justice, Friends of Sabeel- Orange County, Friends of Sabeel- Los Angeles County, Al-Awda Palestine Right to Return Coalition, Cousins Club of Orange County, IUCC Advocates for Peace and Justice ministry.


Panel Discussion and Community Forum


 When: Thursday, February 19th, 2015, 6:30 PM

Where: The New Peace Center, 3916 Sepulveda Blvd. Culver City, CA 90230 

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