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El Templete Temple

Founding landmark for the Villa of San Cristobal de la Habana




Beside Paseo de Marti

Old Town Havana




Paseo del Prado

An old 1950s VW beetle on
Paseo del Prado




Sunset on Teniente Rey

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Sunset on Teniente Rey




la Havana tour

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GAZ-24

A black Volga GAZ-24 in Havana




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Cuba Avana ragazza seduta su lungo mare

The Malecón (officially Avenida de Maceo) is a broad esplanade, roadway and seawall which stretches for 8 km (5 miles) along the coast in Havana, Cuba, from the mouth of Havana Harbor in Old Havana, along the north side of the Centro Habana neighborhood, ending in the Vedado neighborhood. New businesses are appearing on the esplanade due to economic reforms in Cuba that now allow Cubans to own private businesses.




Cuba Avana signora anziana di profilo

Old Havana (Spanish: La Habana Vieja) is the city-center (downtown) and one of the 15 municipalities (or boroughs) forming Havana, Cuba. It has the second highest population density in the city and contains the core of the original city of Havana. The positions of the original Havana city walls are the modern boundaries of Old Havana.




Disco

19th Century window from Casa del Calzado del Cerro-now in a museum




In the Footsteps of Che

WHAT LESSONS DOES CUBA & CHE GUEVARA HOLD FOR BALTIMORE?

Report back meeting from participants of the 50th Anniversary “In the footsteps of Che” brigade
plus presentation by
First secretary of the Cuban Embassy, Miguel Fraga

Poetry – Films

First-hand accounts by the youth delegates who traveled to Cuba and what Che & Cuba mean for their lives.

***Special presentation by the Cuban Embassy’s First Secretary, Miguel Fraga on “Ending the U.S. Blockade” – followed by questions and comments.

*Note the significance of December 2 – It is the anniversary of the landing of the Granma in 1956 that began the armed struggle culminating in the liberation of Cuba from U.S. domination and the 1959 Cuban Revolution that established socialism just 90 miles from the U.S.

Called by the Baltimore Che Brigade - Endorsed by: Workers World Party; Ujima Peoples Progress Party; Friends of Latin America; Peoples Power Assembly; UMBC Progressives; Baltimore County Green Party; DC Metro Coalition in Solidarity with the Cuban Revolution




In the Footsteps of Che

WHAT LESSONS DOES CUBA & CHE GUEVARA HOLD FOR BALTIMORE?

Report back meeting from participants of the 50th Anniversary “In the footsteps of Che” brigade
plus presentation by
First secretary of the Cuban Embassy, Miguel Fraga

Poetry – Films

First-hand accounts by the youth delegates who traveled to Cuba and what Che & Cuba mean for their lives.

***Special presentation by the Cuban Embassy’s First Secretary, Miguel Fraga on “Ending the U.S. Blockade” – followed by questions and comments.

*Note the significance of December 2 – It is the anniversary of the landing of the Granma in 1956 that began the armed struggle culminating in the liberation of Cuba from U.S. domination and the 1959 Cuban Revolution that established socialism just 90 miles from the U.S.

Called by the Baltimore Che Brigade - Endorsed by: Workers World Party; Ujima Peoples Progress Party; Friends of Latin America; Peoples Power Assembly; UMBC Progressives; Baltimore County Green Party; DC Metro Coalition in Solidarity with the Cuban Revolution




In the Footsteps of Che

WHAT LESSONS DOES CUBA & CHE GUEVARA HOLD FOR BALTIMORE?

Report back meeting from participants of the 50th Anniversary “In the footsteps of Che” brigade
plus presentation by
First secretary of the Cuban Embassy, Miguel Fraga

Poetry – Films

First-hand accounts by the youth delegates who traveled to Cuba and what Che & Cuba mean for their lives.

***Special presentation by the Cuban Embassy’s First Secretary, Miguel Fraga on “Ending the U.S. Blockade” – followed by questions and comments.

*Note the significance of December 2 – It is the anniversary of the landing of the Granma in 1956 that began the armed struggle culminating in the liberation of Cuba from U.S. domination and the 1959 Cuban Revolution that established socialism just 90 miles from the U.S.

Called by the Baltimore Che Brigade - Endorsed by: Workers World Party; Ujima Peoples Progress Party; Friends of Latin America; Peoples Power Assembly; UMBC Progressives; Baltimore County Green Party; DC Metro Coalition in Solidarity with the Cuban Revolution




In the Footsteps of Che

WHAT LESSONS DOES CUBA & CHE GUEVARA HOLD FOR BALTIMORE?

Report back meeting from participants of the 50th Anniversary “In the footsteps of Che” brigade
plus presentation by
First secretary of the Cuban Embassy, Miguel Fraga

Poetry – Films

First-hand accounts by the youth delegates who traveled to Cuba and what Che & Cuba mean for their lives.

***Special presentation by the Cuban Embassy’s First Secretary, Miguel Fraga on “Ending the U.S. Blockade” – followed by questions and comments.

*Note the significance of December 2 – It is the anniversary of the landing of the Granma in 1956 that began the armed struggle culminating in the liberation of Cuba from U.S. domination and the 1959 Cuban Revolution that established socialism just 90 miles from the U.S.

Called by the Baltimore Che Brigade - Endorsed by: Workers World Party; Ujima Peoples Progress Party; Friends of Latin America; Peoples Power Assembly; UMBC Progressives; Baltimore County Green Party; DC Metro Coalition in Solidarity with the Cuban Revolution




In the Footsteps of Che

WHAT LESSONS DOES CUBA & CHE GUEVARA HOLD FOR BALTIMORE?

Report back meeting from participants of the 50th Anniversary “In the footsteps of Che” brigade
plus presentation by
First secretary of the Cuban Embassy, Miguel Fraga

Poetry – Films

First-hand accounts by the youth delegates who traveled to Cuba and what Che & Cuba mean for their lives.

***Special presentation by the Cuban Embassy’s First Secretary, Miguel Fraga on “Ending the U.S. Blockade” – followed by questions and comments.

*Note the significance of December 2 – It is the anniversary of the landing of the Granma in 1956 that began the armed struggle culminating in the liberation of Cuba from U.S. domination and the 1959 Cuban Revolution that established socialism just 90 miles from the U.S.

Called by the Baltimore Che Brigade - Endorsed by: Workers World Party; Ujima Peoples Progress Party; Friends of Latin America; Peoples Power Assembly; UMBC Progressives; Baltimore County Green Party; DC Metro Coalition in Solidarity with the Cuban Revolution




In the Footsteps of Che

WHAT LESSONS DOES CUBA & CHE GUEVARA HOLD FOR BALTIMORE?

Report back meeting from participants of the 50th Anniversary “In the footsteps of Che” brigade
plus presentation by
First secretary of the Cuban Embassy, Miguel Fraga

Poetry – Films

First-hand accounts by the youth delegates who traveled to Cuba and what Che & Cuba mean for their lives.

***Special presentation by the Cuban Embassy’s First Secretary, Miguel Fraga on “Ending the U.S. Blockade” – followed by questions and comments.

*Note the significance of December 2 – It is the anniversary of the landing of the Granma in 1956 that began the armed struggle culminating in the liberation of Cuba from U.S. domination and the 1959 Cuban Revolution that established socialism just 90 miles from the U.S.

Called by the Baltimore Che Brigade - Endorsed by: Workers World Party; Ujima Peoples Progress Party; Friends of Latin America; Peoples Power Assembly; UMBC Progressives; Baltimore County Green Party; DC Metro Coalition in Solidarity with the Cuban Revolution




In the Footsteps of Che

WHAT LESSONS DOES CUBA & CHE GUEVARA HOLD FOR BALTIMORE?

Report back meeting from participants of the 50th Anniversary “In the footsteps of Che” brigade
plus presentation by
First secretary of the Cuban Embassy, Miguel Fraga

Poetry – Films

First-hand accounts by the youth delegates who traveled to Cuba and what Che & Cuba mean for their lives.

***Special presentation by the Cuban Embassy’s First Secretary, Miguel Fraga on “Ending the U.S. Blockade” – followed by questions and comments.

*Note the significance of December 2 – It is the anniversary of the landing of the Granma in 1956 that began the armed struggle culminating in the liberation of Cuba from U.S. domination and the 1959 Cuban Revolution that established socialism just 90 miles from the U.S.

Called by the Baltimore Che Brigade - Endorsed by: Workers World Party; Ujima Peoples Progress Party; Friends of Latin America; Peoples Power Assembly; UMBC Progressives; Baltimore County Green Party; DC Metro Coalition in Solidarity with the Cuban Revolution





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