Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, St. Paul

 
University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis
6:00 pm, Monday, October 6

Hear Cuba's top U.S. diplomat, José Ramón Cabañas Rodríguez, Chief of Mission, Cuban Interests Section, Washington, D.C. 

This is the first time since 2002 that the U.S. government has permitted the Chief of Mission to travel to Minnesota. Join the Minnesota International Center and the University of St. Thomas to hear about U.S.-Cuba relations, the impact of economic reforms and ongoing sanctions, and the prognosis for normalized relations in the future. Flyer and registration here.


           
Complete list of October activities

Cuban filmmaker Gloria Rolando
2:00 pm, Saturday, October 11 


Presenting Reembarque (Reshipment), a new film
about Haitians, the "army of black workers who fertilized with their
sweat the fields of Cuba from the beginning
of the twentieth century."
  
Raíces y Sueños
Cuba's art and culture
Ordway Center for the Performing Arts
2014-2015 season
 The Creole Choir of Cuba (pictured above), featured in the film, Reembarque, will be appearing on October 22. On February 7, 2015,
 Contra-Tiempo will perform. 


The Cuban Five 

In September 1998, five Cuban men were impris-oned in the U.S.for trying to stop Miami exile groups from committing violent against Cuba. Despite worldwide calls for their release, two have served their full sentences and three are still in federal prison. Read more.


Video explains the case of the Cuban Five - in 3 minutes!



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