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Cuba and U.S. Business Sectors Letter to President Biden about Support to Cuban Private Sector

Mr. President Biden, Almost a year and half has passed since many of us sent you a letter with a similar request in November 2021. Soon, a year would have passed from the time when you announced measures to support the Cuban private sector in May 2022. We write once more, as Cuban entrepreneurs, self-employees, business owners and cooperative members, part of the rapidly growing Cuban private sector. We are…

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Read Letter in Congress To Urge Review Of U.S. Sanctions Policy To Ensure Cuba Can Share Its Low-Cost COVID-19 Vaccine Worldwide

Current Signatories: Pressley*, Cohen*, Norton, Adams, McCollum, Grijalva, Omar, Moore, Lee, McGovern Endorsing Organizations:Alliance for Cuba Engagement and Respect (ACERE), Massachusetts Peace Action, Just Foreign Policy, Global Health Partners, Latin America Working Group, CODEPINK, Justice is Global, Witness for Peace Solidarity Collective, Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA), Center for Democracy in the Americas (CDA) Dear Colleague, Please join us in sending a letter to President Biden expressing support for his…

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May 23, 2022 Dear President Biden, We are writing to urge your administration to include Cuba among the invitees to the ninth Summit of the Americas, being hosted by the United States and scheduled to take place in Los Angeles next month. Excluding Cuba would be an enormous setback for amicable relations in the region, including between the United States and the rest of Latin America which view the inclusion and participation…

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Letter to President Biden demanding him to remove Cuba from the list of state sponsors of terror

May 23, 2022 President Biden, We are pleased that you have recently announced new policies towards Cuba that will help ease travel restrictions and help Cuban-Americans support and connect with their families. We are writing to ask that in addition to these measures, you also take Cuba off the list of State Sponsors of Terrorism. As you are aware, in the last days of the outgoing Trump administration, then Secretary of State Mike…

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Read Dear Colleague letter to Address Humanitarian Needs and Restore Engagement on Cuba

Take Action Now! Dear Colleague Letter Letter to Biden Leer en español Dear Colleague Letter Dear Colleague,             We invite you to join us on a letter to President Biden on advancing a U.S. policy towards Cuba that addresses the humanitarian and economic crisis and restores a policy of engagement on areas of mutual concern. It is important to pay close attention to developments in Cuba and uphold the rights of the Cuban people. It…

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Cuban Entrepreneurs Urge President Biden to Lift Sanctions that Harm Their Businesses

Versión en Español November 8th, 2021 Mr. President Biden, We write you as Cuban entrepreneurs, business owners and cooperative members who urge you to fulfill your campaign promise to resume the path of engagement and normalization that you began under President Obama.  We call upon you to reflect on the impact of your administration’s current policies towards Cuba, which are significantly harming our businesses and families. Through our businesses, we are…

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President Biden: Abstain at the June 23 UN Cuba Vote

June 7, 2021 President Joe Biden White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington D.C. 20006 Dear President Biden: We are writing to express our concern that your administration has yet to take steps towards normalizing relations with Cuba, despite the fact that most of the previous administration’s policy changes can be reversed with a single executive order. On June 23, the U.N. General Assembly will vote to condemn the United States’…

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ACERE letter to Biden

President-Elect Joe Biden,  As organizations and individuals that advocate for normal diplomatic relations with Cuba, we are  enthusiastic about your incoming administration and the possibilities of improving relations with  Cuba, just as the Obama/Biden administration did. We have seen in the past four years how the  Trump administration overturned those gains, imposing harsh restrictions that have harmed the  Cuban people, made it difficult for Cuban-Americans and others to send remittances…

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The people of Cuba have long been suffering under an economic blockade by the United States that places restrictions on food, medicine, and even economic support from relatives. President Trump not only reversed President Obama’s move to strengthen relations but further tightened the blockade. Despite high hopes, President Biden has so far failed to bring about improved relations. After 60 years of failed policy, it is time to demand a different path forward.

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