The ninth Minnesota Cuban Film
Festival was one of the most successful. We appreciate your support and that of our sponsors

Some of this year's films can still be viewed online. Check Netflix, YouTube and other sources.

Upcoming events

7:00, Tuesday, April 17.
Professors Luis Hierro Sánchez and August Nimtz, and the film, All Guantanamo is Ours (37 min).  Discussion of the recent Cuban elections and the role of Guantanamo in U.S.-Cuba relations. Room 1-111, Hanson Hall, University of Minnesota West Bank.

12:00, Sunday, May 6, Heart of the Beast May Day Parade. Show the thousands of people lining the parade route that Minnesotans support Cuba and demand an end to the U.S. embargo. Assembly begins at 11:00 am at Cedar Field (25th Street at Cedar Avenue) in the Community Voices section. Join us!

Sunday, June 24, Gail Walker, Executive Director, Pastors for Peace
Time and place to be announced.

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Travel to Cuba with Pastors for Peace on the 2018 Cuba Caravan
Application deadline is May 1.

Help support Afro-Cuban 
filmmaker Gloria Rolando's
new film, Sisters of the Heart


  Minnesota legislation
opposing the U.S. embargo of Cuba

SF 2183 and HF 2510 were introduced in the 2017 session of the Minnesota Senate and House of Representatives. The bills’ titles are “A Resolution urging the United State Congress to permanently repeal trade, financial, and travel restrictions  to Cuba.” Ask your Senator and Representative to support the bills in the 2018 session.



Next Minnesota Cuba Committee meeting: 6:00 pm, Sunday, April 22, Boneshaker Books, 2002 23rd Ave. So., Minneapolis. Anyone interested is invited to attend.

Check our 
Travel page for information about travel to Cuba in the wake of the Trump changes. 

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Mailing address: Minnesota Cuba Committee
c/o Franklin Curbelo · 400 E. Lake St. · Minneapolis, MN 55408