In his four years as president, Trump signed more than 240 orders and measures against Cuba to tighten the blockade. Among the more severe acts were, banning remittances from Cuban-American families to their loved ones on the island, placing Cuba on the "sponsor of state terrorism" list that is forcing other countries to also deny Cuba trade.
Biden’s apparent refusal to reverse Trump’s 240 reactionary actions against Cuba is the clearest admission that U.S. objectives in trying to overthrow the Revolution is a joint project of both parties. The 60-year blockade is a violation of International law, a criminal and inhumane policy to punish the Cuban people for their independence and sovereignty.
With Biden’s refusal to let up on the U.S. economic war, it is more and more incumbent that progressive forces come to Cuba’s aid. An international and U.S. campaign to hold car caravans to demand End the U.S. Blockade of Cuba is taking place the last Sunday of each month. On Sunday, May 30, caravans are planned in many U.S. cities. Join a Cuba caravan to tell Washington, No More! End the Blockade Now! It is a great way to educate the public, raise visibility on this critical struggle
Car caravans planned for Sunday, May 30. Please email us at [email protected] with information about caravans in your city that aren’t listed above, or if you are organizing one.
12Noon, Decatur Square. Sponsors: Socialist Workers Party, Pastors for Peace, ANSWER Coalition
3 pm, Albany Park, Public Parking lot Lawrence and Christiana
Sponsors: ANSWER Coalition, Chicago Cuba Coalition, Coalición Chicago En Solidaridad Con Latino America, Chicago Anti-War Coalition, Party for Socialism and Liberation, Socialist Workers Party, El Comite de Justicia en Ayotzinapa
Information: chicubacoaliti[email protected]
1 pm, SW corner Michigan and Trumbull
12 pm, 400 E. Manchester Blvd. & Locust St., Inglewood
Sponsor: U.S. Hands off Cuba Committee
8:30 am, Kmart located at 3825 NW 7th St.
Information: [email protected]
1 pm, Mitchell Park Domes Parking Lot 524 S. Layton Blvd (S 27th St)
12 pm, Assemble at shopping center, corner of Ferry Street and Grand Avenue
Information: Tim Craine
New York City
1:30 pm: Car and bike caravan leaves Holyrood Church, 715 W 179th St.
2:30 pm: Rally at Duarte Triangle, 170th and Broadway
11:00 am, Rosedale Park, 340 Dartmouth St.
Sponsors: Party for Socialism and Liberation San Antonio
11:30 am, 1875 Marin St.
Sponsors: ANSWER Coalition, Cuba and Venezuela Solidarity Committee
11 am, SW Roxbury St. and 17th Ave. SW, White Center
Picketing followed by car caravan starting at noon
Sponsors: US Women and Cuba Collaboration, Puentes de Amor, ANSWER Seattle, Party for Socialism and Liberation Seattle, Socialist Workers Party
This list will continue to be updated, please come back for updates. Please email us at [email protected] with information about caravans in your city that aren’t listed above, or if you are organizing one.