About Chicago Cuba Coalition

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!

Please join our mailing list by filling out the form here and come to our events – or even better, go to Cuba!

Upcoming Event:

Saturday, December 9, 2017: 10:30am-12:30pm

Englewood Healthy Babies & Moms

Come and find out how 3 Doctors & 1 Nurse from Cuba are working with the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) and Englewood Moms to help our babies stay healthy! And what Cuba does to Keep Moms & Babies Healthy.
• In Cuba only 4 of 1,000 babies born die before 1 year old
• In the U.S. 6 die
• In Chicago 7 die
• But in Englewood 13 of 1,000 babies born die before 1 year old!
Meet & Hear:
MC: Michael Jabari Tidmore, Youth Coordinator, Teamwork Englewood & CCC member
Dr. Carla Da Goia Pinto, UIC Team Member
The Cuban Ministry of Public Health Team:
Dr. Jose Armando Arronte Villamarin, Chief of Primary Health, Las Tunas province
Dr. Sonia Maria Gonzalez Vega, Chief of Primary Health for the Camaguey Municipality
Dr. Berta Maria Bello Rodriguez, Specialist in Epidemiology & Hygiene
Nemesis Perez Martinez, Maternal Infant Health Specialist Nurse



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