Federation of Cuban Women
in New York


Saturday, March 14th, 2015
Fordham Law School
150 West 62nd St.
Costantino Room 2nd floor

Between Columbus and Amsterdam Ave.
(1 or 9 Train to 66th St./Lincoln Center)

Suggested Donation : $5
(No one will be turned away due to lack of funds)


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In Solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution of Venezuela


U.S. Imperialism: 
Hands off Venezuela!
Chavez Presente, Maduro Presidente!

All Out Thurs ►March 5 for 
The Bolivarian Revolution

Human Rights Watch HQ
5th Ave (between 34th St & 33th St

March to: the Venezuelan Consulate
7 east 51st St (between 5th & Madison Aves.)

On March 5th we will be commemorating 2 years of Hugo Chavez’s sowing. Meanwhile, the Bolivarian Revolution continues to be under attack. The right wing in Venezuela with the support of the U.S. government has launched a campaign of violent protests “guarimbas”, coup attempts, a relentless economic war, media campaign, and U.S. unilateral sanctions against Venezuela to overthrow the democratic government of Nicolas Maduro.

Last year 43 people died in violent anti-government (Guarimbas) protests organized by the opposition and Human Rights Watch has said nothing about the victims.

On April 15, 2013 after learning the results of the presidential elections, the opposition leader Henrique Capriles, ignoring the election results call all his followers to “Drain the Outrage” as result 11 Venezuelan citizens were killed, HRW has not said anything about these victims .

We are marching for the human rights of the victims of the extreme right wing in Venezuela funded by the US State Department.

We march to honor the legacy of Hugo Chavez Frias.
We march in solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution and democratically elected President Nicolas Maduro.
We march to oppose U.S. intervention in Venezuela.

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To the Memory of Malcolm X:

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To the Memory of Malcolm X:Fifty Years After His Assassination By Ike Nahem I believe that there will be ultimately be a clash between the oppressed and those who do the oppressing. I believe that there will be a clash … Continue reading

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Fidel Castro se reunió con ‘Los Cinco’

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El expresidente de Cuba, Fidel Castro, recibió en su domicilio en La Habana a los agentes cubanos, liberados tras cumplir condenas en cárceles estadounidenses acusados de espionaje, según relató el líder revolucionario en un artículo publicado hoy en los medios … Continue reading

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End The Embargo of Cuba – Discussion on US-Cuba Relation

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Come and discuss the significance of the new development in U.S. policy toward Cuba, the freeing of the remaining Cuba Five political prisoners, and the next steps to fully bring an end to the criminal U.S. embargo of Cuba GUEST … Continue reading

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Raul Castro Ruz speech on U.S. – Cuba Relations

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Key Remarks by Army General Raul Castro Ruz, President of the Councils of State and Ministers of the Republic of Cuba at the 3rd CELAC Summit, Belen Costa Rica, January 28, 2015. Mié, 28/01/2015 – 00:00 Esteemed President Luis Guillermo … Continue reading

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Evening with Stephen Kimber

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Please join us for an evening of reading, book signing and celebration of the release of the Cuban Five with author Stephen Kimber. He will be speaking in the Conference Room of the 1199SEIU Building in Manhattan at 310 West … Continue reading

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Join The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign as we celebrate the release of Puerto Rican Political Prisoner Norberto Gonzalez Claudio! Saturday January 17, 2015 @ 3pm-5pm Casabe Houses Community Room Casabe Houses 150 East 121 St. El Barrio (btw. Lexington Ave. and … Continue reading

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Close Guantanamo—Then Give It Back to Cuba

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By Amy Goodman This week marks the 13th anniversary of the arrival of the first post-9/11 prisoners to Guantanamo Bay, the most notorious prison on the planet. This grim anniversary, and the beginning of normalization of diplomatic relations between the … Continue reading

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