Alliance for Cuba Engagement and Respect (ACERE)
Supporting the normalization
of relations with Cuba
The Alliance For Cuba Engagement And Respect (ACERE)
Supporting the normalization of relations with Cuba
Urgent Call for Action:
Remove Cuba from the State Sponsors of Terrorism List
ACERE is dedicated to promoting positive change in U.S.-Cuba relations. As part of our efforts, we have launched an advocacy campaign to Remove Cuba from the U.S. State Sponsors of Terrorism List. This designation has been in place for too long and has hurt the Cuban people and our relationship with their country.
At ACERE, we believe in the power of collective action to create change. That is why we ask you to Take Action by clicking on all the links and sending messages to President Biden and your members of Congress. Your voice can make a difference in ending this harmful designation and moving towards a more positive and productive relationship with Cuba.
By speaking out, you can help bring about a brighter future for the Cuban people and our two countries. Join us in our efforts to Remove Cuba from the State Sponsors of Terrorism List by taking action today! Together, we can create real change and make a difference.
Lawyers ask Biden to Remove Cuba from the State Sponsors of Terrorism List
What we do
ACERE’s mission is to channel grassroots advocacy to progressive policy changes that promote positive and respectful relations between Cuba and the United States.
Nine days before leaving office, Trump designated Cuba a State Sponsor of Terrorism. Two years later, Biden has kept Cuba on the terrorism blacklist. Ironically, Cuba has been a victim of U.S.-based terrorism — not a sponsor of terrorism. There is no credible evidence to support the designation, which is aimed to devastate Cuba’s economy by cutting it off from international credit and investment.
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