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About July 26th Coalition

What became the July 26 Coalition began when supporters of the Cuban Revolution in New York and New Jersey joined together in 2003 to organize a major, united event to mark and celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the attack on the Moncada Barracks in Santiago de Cuba on July 26, 1953.

60TH Anniversary of the Cuban Revolution

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Defend Cuba & Venezuela Rally Jan 26, 2018

Rally against attempted US coup in Venezuela and ongoing efforts by US to end socialism in Cuba, held across the street from the Cuban Mission to the UN, hosted by the International Action Center and Workers World Party and led … Continue reading

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Emergency Counter Protest – Defend the Cuban Revolution – Defend Venezuela from the US Intervention

We ask people to gather in front of the Cuban Mission at 38th Street and Lexington Avenue in Manhattan at 12 Noon. Saturday, Jan. 26

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Cornered: Trump Gets Thumped on Cuba at the UN

By IKE NAHEM

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Cuba Speaks for Itself

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July 27th Event- Cuban Revolution Annual Celebration

SO JOIN US ON FRIDAY, JULY 27th! 131 West 33rd Street In Manhattan (Near Penn Station)

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The Life of Fidel Castro: A Marxist Appreciation

One Year After His Passing By IKE NAHEM “Marxism taught me what society was. I was like a blindfolded man in a forest, who doesn’t know where north or south is. If you don’t eventually come to truly understand the … Continue reading

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55 Years After: Political Legacies of the Cuban Missile Crisis

BY IKE NAHEM The last two weeks of October 1962, 55 years ago, was the closest the world has come so far to a widespread nuclear exchange in what has become known as the “Cuban Missile Crisis.” The First Use … Continue reading

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The Case of Cuba: “Human Rights” as a Club

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Submission to United Nations Human Rights Commission, Geneva, Switzerland By Ike Nahem (This documented was submitted to the United Nations Human Rights Commission, Office of the Commissioner, based in Geneva, Switzerland in the name of Cuba solidarity organizations in the … Continue reading

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Celebration of the Cuban Revolution

NEW YORK – NEW JERSEY ANNUAL CELEBRATION OF THE MONCADA ATTACK THE EVENT THAT LAUNCHED THE CUBAN REVOLUTION DINNER – RECEPTION 6:00 PM PROGRAM 7:00 PM REPRESENTATIVES FROM CUBA, VENEZUELA MUSICIAN JUDY GORMAN DJ VERSETI LOCATION NYSNA 131 WEST 33RD … Continue reading

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