Join Us in Cuba... Again!

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Remember the wonderful time you had in Cuba with CODEPINK? We were celebrating the opening of relations under the Obama administration. Now Trump is turning back the clock, making it illegal to travel to Cuba as an individual and reimposing more sanctions. So CODEPINK is returning to Cuba with a big delegation to show our friendship with the Cuban people and our determination to fight Trump’s regressive policies.

The Cubans are very excited about our delegation, and gave us a very inexpensive (compare and you will see!) price of $1375 — excluding airfare — and a terrific itinerary. We hope you will consider joining us again, and bring a group of friends!

Click here to save a space for this fabulous opportunity!

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Can’t wait to see you in sunny, beautiful Cuba!

— Medea

October 29-November 5, 2017: Cuba Si, Bloqueo No!

Join CODEPINK’s trip to Cuba. You’ll have great fun learning about this unique island, while resisting Donald Trump’s regressive policies of tightening the embargo!

We’ll visit rural farms and urban co-ops, listen to some of the island’s best musicians, visit the homes of fantastic artists, tour the medical school that trains students from around the world, meet with representatives of the National Assembly, hear from brilliant professors and inspiring students, enjoy the world famous beaches that Donald Trump doesn’t want you to visit, get a spectacular tour of Havana, travel to the countryside, and more!

We’ll explore the history, culture, art, and beauty of this beautiful Caribbean island. Our “End the Embargo” Halloween party with our Cuban partners will feature fabulous music and mojitos.

This is a rare chance to see Cuba through the eyes of some amazing trip leaders, including:
Medea Benjamin, CODEPINK cofounder who wrote three books on Cuba (No Free Lunch: Food and Revolution in Cuba, The Greening of the Revolution and Talking About Revolution), and loves to dance salsa (and sing).
Catherine Murphy, filmmaker and educator, producer of the award-winning documentary film Maestra about the 1961 Cuban Literacy Campaign and professor of Cuban culture and history at the NYU Center for Global Affairs. She has a mind-blowing breadth of knowledge about the Cuban people and culture that she loves to share.
Rodrigo Gonzalez, director of the educational and research center Proximity Cuba, has organized unique people-to-people exchanges in Cuba for 20 years. He is fun loving and creative, and although he runs a very successful tour business, he has never lost his revolutionary fervor!
Cost: $1,375 for double and $1,575 for single*
A few scholarships are available!

* This cost does not include airfare from U.S., visa ($50 to airlines), tips, and other expenses not included in the program

To save a space, go to http://proximitycuba.com/traveler/program-space-reservation.

 

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