Return Guantánamo to the Cuban People – April 26th San Pedro, California

Press Conference #1-Guantanamo photo

RETURNING GUANTANAMO HARBOR TO THE CUBAN PEOPLE
AND HOW THE PEOPLE OF THE L.A. HARBOR CAN-AND MUST-HELP !
 
Wednesday, April 26th
6:00-8:00 PM
Sacred Grounds Coffee House
468 W. 6th St. San Pedro, 90731
 
SHORT FILM, FOOD AND DISCUSSION

Join us as we welcome the 28th Annual Pastors 4 Peace National Caravan to the L.A. Harbor Area to educate and activate locals to support the:
v Normalization of U.S. Cuba Trade Relations
v Freedom of Americans to Travel to Cuba
v Increased cultural, scientific and educational exchange with Cuba
AND
THE RETURN OF GUANTANAMO BAY TO THE CUBAN PEOPLE!
 
The word Guantánamo was popularized world-wide in 2002 when the U.S, Government opened a detention camp at the military base to detain more than 1,000 suspected terrorists there. Few know that the territory is a piece of land that belongs to Cuba, but has been illegally occupied since 1903 and remains a present impediment from achieving the normalization of relations between the two countries.
Sacred Grounds has delicious salads, sandwiches, desserts and drinks! Come hungry, support a local business, and enjoy a meal!
Since 1992, IFCO/Pastors for Peace has worked to bring an end to the US economic sanctions against Cuba and has provided humanitarian aid to the Cuban people through Friendshipment Caravans, constructionbrigades and educational delegations.
Through the project Pastors for Peace, IFCO carries out similar work in Chiapas, Mexico; Haiti; and other nations of Central America and the Caribbean. IFCO also provides support for grassroots community organizing projects in urban and rural regions of the United States.
 
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