IPS joins several organizations in inviting you to this second of an annual series that will, this year, look at the life of Fidel Castro.
Guest host Esther Githui-Ewart and her guests take an in-depth look at Castro’s impact on Africa; with Professor Abdi Ismail Samatar, Melvin Foote, Netfa Freeman, and Professor Piero Gleijeses.
A Washington DC area tribute to the life and Legacy of Fidel Castro Ruz.
One of the things that made Castro a giant was that he knew it wasn’t just about him, he prepared the people to be in charge in his absence, Freeman said.
During talks for normalized relations between Cuba and the U.S., you're invited to a film about what puts Cuba on the map in the quest for global health followed by a discussion with IPS's Netfa Freeman.
A film followed by a discussion on one of the only two issues standing in the way of the normalization in U.S.-Cuban relations.
IPS scholars James Early and Netfa Freeman talk about how new diplomatic relations with Cuba give us a chance to see the response from the Cuban people and move forward in the battle to end the embargo.
Don't miss this rare opportunity to learn what's really happening in Cuba on the heels of President Obama's visit.
Meet Jorgito in-person at the D.C. premiere of the U.S. film tour, part of the 2nd “Days of Action” (against the blockade) in Washington, DC where he reveals his story that proves societies that support human development can empower the physically challenged.
Cuba stands at a historic crossroads: playground for the rich or isolated Communist backwater. Can it find a third path?