The Chicago Cuba Coalition –local affiliate of the National Network on Cuba (NNOC)– unites groups and individuals to stand for completely-normalized relations between Cuba and the United States while publicizing the accomplishments of the Cuban people’s Revolution.
We stand for free travel between the two countries and ending Washington’s economic and regime-change warfare as well as its illegal military occupation of Cuba’s Guantanamo territory.
Everyone interested in these goals – with no dues, restrictions, or requirements demanded– is more than welcome to get involved!
What a difference a revolution makes
Learn about and Celebrate Cuba!
Please join us all on the 59th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution and the 164th anniversary of Cuba’s outstanding national hero Jose Martí to learn about and celebrate the accomplishments of the Cuba people and their Revolution –free medical care for all, free medical school for tens of thousands from some 87 countries, 400,000 Cuban volunteers who defeated apartheid South Africa in Angola and Namibia, elimination of homelessness and illiteracy, and establishment of entirely organic agriculture.
Featuring speakers from the Black, Puerto Rican, Mexican, and Haitian communities and from the Union movement (list in formation).
And presenting the short ‘Dare to Dream’ film about Cuba’s free medical school and how people in the United States can support and make the most of this opportunity.
Plus a full briefing on the upcoming unique and affordable May Day brigade to Cuba (yes, you can go see Cuba for yourself).
SEIU Healthcare Union Headquarters
2229 S. Halsted, Chicago IL
parking in rear
Saturday January 27
6pm dinner, 7pm program
$10 donation requested (no one turned away for lack of funds)
sponsored by the Chicago Cuba Coalition (call or text 312.952.2618)