DC picket protests US rulers’ attacks against Cuba

Vol. 84/No. 20 - May 25, 2020
DC picket protests US rulers’ attacks against Cuba

WASHINGTON — Following an April 30 shooting attack of over 30 rounds with an AK-47 assault rifle that damaged the Cuban Embassy here, the D.C. Metro Coalition in Solidarity with the Cuban Revolution sponsored a solidarity picket line there May…


Cuban embassy attack

Vol. 84/No. 19 - May 18, 2020

WASHINGTON — At least 30 rounds from an AK-47 assault rifle were fired at the Cuban Embassy here April 30 shortly after 2 a.m. Seven people were inside at the time. None were injured. The bullets were sprayed over the…


Say no to US gov’t slanders against Cuban Revolution!

Vol. 84/No. 10 - March 16, 2020

Washington has stepped up its economic and political war against the Cuban Revolution over the past year  — increasing the shortages and hardships faced by working people there. The U.S. rulers, and their Democratic and Republican parties alike, have tried…


Miami car caravan protests US restrictions on travel to Cuba

Vol. 84/No. 7 - February 24, 2020
Andrés Gómez, right, leader of Alianza Martiana, speaks before 50-car caravan wound its way through Miami’s Little Havana Feb. 8, calling for end to new U.S. attacks on travel to Cuba.

MIAMI — Scores of people joined a car caravan led by the Alianza Martiana in the Little Havana neighborhood here Feb. 8 to protest new U.S. government restrictions on travel to Cuba. Washington passed new regulations in January barring all…


Miami Alianza Martiana headquarters vandalized

Vol. 84/No. 5 - February 10, 2020

MIAMI — Amid stepped-up attacks on Cuba and its revolution by Washington, rightist thugs vandalized the office of Alianza Martiana here the night of Jan. 26, spray-painting “Abajo comunistas” (Down with communists) all over its storefront. Alianza Martiana is the…


US gov’t puts restrictions on charter flights to Cuba

Vol. 84/No. 3 - January 27, 2020

In the U.S. rulers’ latest move to ratchet up their almost six-decade-long economic war on the Cuban Revolution, the administration of President Donald Trump announced Jan. 10 it would bar all charter flights to nine regional airports in Cuba. It…


UN vote: End Washington’s economic war against Cuba

Vol. 83/No. 43 - November 25, 2019

UNITED NATIONS — For the 28th year in a row, the U.N. General Assembly voted Nov. 7 to demand the U.S. rulers end their economic, commercial and financial embargo against Cuba. The resolution passed with 187 votes in favor. Only…


DC meeting: ‘US hands off Cuba and Venezuela’

Vol. 83/No. 42 - November 18, 2019
“We fought revolutionary struggles to overthrow slavery in Cuba and here in the U.S.,” José Ramón Cabañas, inset, Cuba’s ambassador to the U.S., told event in soldiarity with Cuba and Venezuela in Washington, D.C., Oct. 19. “Our solidarity has strong historic roots.”

WASHINGTON, D.C. — More than 100 participants gathered at the African American Civil War Museum for a “U.S. Imperialist Hands Off Cuba and Venezuela” forum here Oct. 19. The museum is an important institution in D.C. Its mission “is to…


US rulers step up economic war against Cuban Revolution

Vol. 83/No. 40 - November 4, 2019

The U.S. government announced new measures Oct. 18 that step up its nearly 60-year-long economic war on the Cuban Revolution. Elliot Abrams, U.S. special envoy for Venezuela, told Reuters Oct. 9, “We’re always looking to ways to squeeze [Cuba] because…


Washington tightens squeeze on Cuba’s revolution

Vol. 83/No. 36 - October 7, 2019

“Cuba will not give in to slanders and blackmail,” from the U.S. government said Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez Sept. 20 at a press conference in Havana in response to Washington’s latest measures aimed at blocking Cuba’s supplies of oil…