Voices across the U.S. will demand
END the U.S. Blockade of CUBA
Join us in Washington July 25 if you can
Solidarity caravan at home if you can’t
July 25 Welcome Rally for Cuban American ‘Miami to DC’ Walkers Calling for an End to the U.S. Blockade of Cuba!
Carlos Lazo, a Cuban-American school teacher and Iraq war veteran, has been on a 1,300 mile pilgrimage — with six other Cuban Americans—all the way from Miami! He will arrive in Washington, DC to present the Biden Administration with a petition signed by over 25,000 calling for an end to the U.S. blockade and demanding:
- the end of all sanctions
- the restoration of remittances
- the resumption of flights from the U.S., not only to Havana but to all the regional centers of Cuba
- the reopening of the U.S. Embassy in Havana
- a restart to the program of family reunification
Let’s be there to greet them and support his project of building bridges of love between Cuba and the United States. Join the call to end the U.S. sanctions now.
When: Sunday July 25, 2 – 4 pm
Where: Lafayette Park in front of the White House, Washington DC
Metro to: McPherson Square or Farragut West metro (blue, orange, silver) or Farragut North (red)
Also, join the caravan: Miami caravan leader Jorge Medina and scores of other activists who have been leading monthly caravanas will be traveling to Washington, DC to support these demands. Let’s welcome them with a car caravan in DC. Join caravanistas from the DMV and beyond.
The July 25 DC car caravan will assemble at 12:30 pm on H St between 17 St and Connecticut NW. To register for the DC car caravan, contact 240-390-5743 or 443-610-1970.
And … an evening event: Carlos Lazo will also give a talk at 6 pm, July 25, at Busboys and Poets, 14th and V NW, Washington DC. And Busboys is opening its doors to a celebration of Cuba all day and night. Come get your mojitos!
Sponsors: Puentes de Amor, National Network on Cuba, CODEPINK, DC, DC Metro Coalition in Solidarity with the Cuban Revolution, ANSWER Coalition, Friends of Latin America, Hands Off Cuba/Venezuela South Florida Coalition, Green Party of Florida, Jacksonville Progressive Coalition