Over 100 people rallied at the Miami International Airport, above, May 29, after participating in a 42-car caravan through the city demanding an end to the U.S. economic war against Cuba and for lifting Washington’s restrictions on travel to the island. A smaller rightist counteraction was organized across the street, but failed to disrupt the protest. A large number of Cubans living in the city oppose the U.S. embargo.
Similar actions took place in New York, Seattle, Minneapolis and more than 20 other cities around the world. In Canada, caravans and rallies were organized in at least eight cities, including Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver.