114 members of Congress urge President Biden to address humanitarian needs and restore engagement with Cuba

114 members of Congress urge President Biden to address humanitarian needs and restore engagement with Cuba

Leer en español For immediate releaseDecember 16, 2021  Contact:  Angelica Salazar, 415-259-9594 allianceforcuba@acere.org Medea Benjamin, 415-235-6517 medeabenjamin@gmail.com  114 members of Congress urge President Biden to address humanitarian needs and restore engagement with Cuba Led by Representatives Jim McGovern (MA), Barbara Lee (CA), Bobby Rush (IL) and House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Gregory Meeks (NY), 114 members of Congress…

Cuban entrepreneurs and private business owners urge President Biden to lift sanctions and restore path to normalization

Cuban entrepreneurs and private business owners urge President Biden to lift sanctions and restore path to normalization

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 8th, 2021Contact: Elena Freyre (786)683-8241 cubaid7@yahoo.com allianceforcuba@acere.org HAVANA – On November 8th, 247 Cuban private entrepreneurs, businesses and cooperatives sent a letter to President Biden denouncing the harmful impact that U.S. sanctions have had on their livelihoods. Despite campaign promises to reverse failed policies of prior administrations, President Biden continues to…

Over 100 NGOs urge Biden to follow Obama and abstain from June 23 United Nations vote condemning Cuba embargo

Over 100 NGOs urge Biden to follow Obama and abstain from June 23 United Nations vote condemning Cuba embargo

For immediate release June 7, 2021 Contact:  Angelica Salazar (English), 415-259-9594/allianceforcuba@acere.org Elena Freyre (Spanish), 786-683-8241/cubaid7@yahoo.com  Over 100 NGOs urge Biden to follow Obama and abstain from June 23 United Nations vote condemning Cuba embargo Human rights, religious, and policy organizations call on the Biden administration to instead use the opportunity to announce a reversal of…

The US blockade prohibiting humanitarian flights to Cuba affects the human rights of Cubans

The US blockade prohibiting humanitarian flights to Cuba affects the human rights of Cubans

PRESS RELEASE Washington DC, Nov. 25, 2020.– ACERE, an alliance of organizations that seeks to create constructive policies by the United States towards Cuba, denounced the blocking of two charter flights that sought to transport medical supplies from Miami to Havana as a serious affront to international human rights. The companies – Skyway Enterprises and…