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Pastors for Peace sends Trump administration a strong message

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Cuba’s ambassador to the United Nations, Ana Silvia Rodríguez, stated that the Pastors for Peace solidarity caravan this year is of great relevance, since it is taking place during a difficult period for relations between Cuba and the United States, amidst escalating U.S. sanctions on Cuba.

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Pastors for Peace continue support to Cuba

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Solidarity with the Cuban people is being reaffirmed this month by members of the 28th US-Cuba Friendship Caravan, coordinated by the Interfaith Community Organization IFCO-Pastors for Peace. Including 28 persons, mainly from the United States but also Mexicans and Europeans, the group is participating in an ample program of activities through July 27, including the celebration of National Rebellion Day in the western province of Pinar del Río.

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Gail Walker: No matter what punishment the US government give us, we will continue to stand by Cuba

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Despite how many times they tried to stop their cargo of solidarity to Cuba, Pastors for Peace has uninterruptedly led its caravans to the island since 1992, even during the most difficult years of the Bush Administration. Schools and hospitals in Cuba have benefited for years from this aid and the yellow school buses with signs that say ¡Viva Cuba! and ¡Abajo el bloqueo! still run on our streets.

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27th Pastors for Peace Friendshipment Caravan Arrives Monday in Havana


The 27th Pastors for Peace U.S.-Cuba Friendshipment Caravan arrived in Mexico City over the weekend en route to Cuba. The group is made up of solidarity activists from all across the U.S. They arrive in Havana on Monday, July 18th.