¡Ya Basta! Let’s End the Cuban Embargo

After more than five decades of failed diplomacy, President Obama’s administration announced the U.S. government would take steps to normalize relations with Cuba.

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Although great strides have occurred between the nations — like a prisoner swap that led to the release of the remaining three members of the Cuban 5 from U.S. prison — several steps must occur to fully establish a diplomatic relationship with Cuba’s government that the Cuba Action Team will be working on. That includes:

 >Opening a U.S. Embassy in Cuba and a Cuban Embassy in the U.S.

    >Taking Cuba off the state-sponsored terror list

    >Ending the economic embargo against Cuba

    >Lifting the US travel ban to Cuba

    >Returning Guantanamo to the Cubans

    >Allowing the importation of life-saving medications from Cuba to the U.S.

 Join CODEPINK to hold the Obama administration and Congress accountable to open relations with Cuba!

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