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Welcome to the ACERE Communications Toolkit section. As part of our ongoing efforts to remove Cuba from the U.S. State Sponsors of Terrorism list, it is imperative that we educate and inform the public about the reality of Cuba, its contributions to the global community, and the injustices of its current designation on the terrorism list.

To help achieve this goal, we have created a dynamic and constantly-updated toolkit that provides all the necessary resources and tools you need to effectively communicate and engage with others about this important issue. From social media posts to email templates, and everything in between, our goal is to make it easy for you to get involved and make your voice heard.

We are committed to providing the most accurate and up-to-date information and resources to help you spread the word and advocate for change. So, be sure to check back frequently for new additions and updates, and feel free to reach out to us with any questions or suggestions. Thank you for your support in this important cause!

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ACERE Celebrates New Regulations In Support of Cuban Entrepreneurs
The Alliance for Cuba Engagement and Respect (ACERE) commends the Biden administration for finally implementing long overdue regulations — initially announced two years ago — designed to support the growth and operations…
Prominent Cuban Americans Call on President Biden to Fulfill His Campaign Promises on Cuba
May 6, 2024 Prominent Cuban Americans Call on President Biden to Fulfill His Campaign Promises on Cuba ***For Immediate Release*** The Alliance for Cuba Engagement and Respect (ACERE) proudly announces…
ACERE Statement on the 2023 Country Reports on Human Rights: Cuba
The Alliance for Cuba Engagement and Respect (ACERE) notes that the U.S. Department of State, in its 2023 Country Reports on Human Rights: Cuba, fails to mention the most serious human rights…
U.S. Sanctions: A Root Cause of Cuban Migration
U.S. Sanctions: A Root Cause of Cuban Migration Trending Today Remove Cuba from the SSOT List – Copy Newsletter. Issue No. 5 March 1, 2024 U.S. Policy and Food Security in Cuba Protests in Cuba Have…
Newsletter. Issue No. 5 March 1, 2024
NEWSLETTERACERE Insights: US-Cuba Policy Highlights Issue No. 5 - March 1, 2024 ACERE ActivitiesUnited Voice for Change: A Call to Revisit U.S.-Cuba Policy - Deadline extended! ACERE Statement“The Color Purple” author Alice Walker…
U.S. Policy and Food Security in Cuba
U.S. Policy and Food Security in Cuba RESOURCES DOWNLOAD AND PRINT PDF Cuba is facing an unprecedented food crisis. In March, protests broke out relating to food scarcity and inflation, as well as…
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The people of Cuba have long been suffering under an economic, commercial and financial embargo by the United States that places restrictions on food, medicine, and economic support from relatives. President Trump not only reversed President Obama’s move to strengthen relations but further tightened sanctions against Cuba. Despite high hopes, President Biden has so far failed to bring about a substantive improvement in relations. After six decades of failed policy, it is time to demand a different path forward.

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