After more than a half-century of Cold War estrangement the United States reopened its six-story embassy in Havana and Cuba raised a flag outside its own stately embassy in Washington last July.
Despite this welcomed step the continuance of the U.S. blockade against Cuba is an indication that U.S. policy toward its island neighbor remains one of regime change. Normalizing overall relations are impeded by matters such as the U.S. economic embargo of Cuba and U.S. control of the Guantanamo Bay naval base in eastern Cuba.
Join the Institute for Policy Studies, the International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity to the Peoples, IFCO/Pastors for Peace, the Venceremos Brigade, and the National Network on Cuba to participate in 3 days of events to call for and learn about completing the normalization of relations between the U.S. and Cuba and how you can help make it final.
The International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity to the Peoples is a network of concerned individuals from several countries of Europe, Latin America, Canada, and from the United States. The main objective of The International Committee is to raise awareness about the effect of the US blockade against the Cuban people and the people of the United States.