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Remove Cuba from the State Sponsors of Terrorism List

SSOT TOOLKIT

ACERE is proud to announce the development of our toolkit to remove Cuba from the SSOT list, a comprehensive resource aimed at helping individuals and organizations advocate for the removal of Cuba from this designation. The toolkit will be continuously updated with new content to support our advocacy efforts and can be used and shared by all.

Whether new to advocacy or a seasoned advocate, this toolkit will provide you with the tools and resources you need to make a difference. We want to encourage you to check back for updates. Thank you for supporting our efforts to promote a more constructive and respectful relationship between the United States and Cuba.

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Uniendo nuestras voces para el Cambio: Un Llamado a Revisar la Política de Estados Unidos hacia Cuba
FIRME AQUÍ Estimado presidente Biden: Le escribimos como cubanoamericanos y ciudadanos estadounidenses preocupados,
quienes ofrecimos nuestro tiempo, donamos nuestros recursos y votamos por usted
en 2020. Colectivamente, estamos conmocionados y decepcionados por su
indiferencia hacia el sufrimiento de las familias cubanas tanto en Cuba como aquí en el
Estados Unidos. Su promesa de campaña de deshacer los estragos a las familias cubanas causados por
la administración anterior fue uno de los principales factores por los…
United Voice for Change: A Call to Revisit U.S.-Cuba Policy
sign or endorse Please sign or endorse this letter by February 23rd. The letter will be delivered to Biden soon after. A letter written by Cuban Americans that is open to signatures from Cuban Americans and other US citizens who support their call to the Biden Administration to fulfill his 2020 campaign promises. lea en español Dear President Biden: We write you as Cuban Americans and concerned U.S. citizens who…
Statement from the Alliance for Cuba Engagement and Respect (ACERE) on the State Department’s Country Reports on Terrorism 2022
The Alliance for Cuba Engagement and Respect (ACERE) draws attention to the fact that the U.S. Department of State, in its Country Reports on Terrorism 2022, implicitly acknowledges there is no justification for Cuba to be designated a State Sponsor of Terror (SSOT). This report, published on November 30, 2023, reiterates the absurd claim that Cuba “repeatedly provided support for acts of international terrorism” because it “refused Colombia’s request to…
Statement from the Alliance for Cuba Engagement and Respect (ACERE) Condemning the Acts of Terrorism against the Cuban Embassy in Washington, D.C.
The Alliance for Cuba Engagement and Respect (ACERE) vehemently condemns the recent act of terrorism against the Cuban Embassy in Washington, D.C., where two Molotov cocktails were thrown at the building. Such heinous actions threaten diplomatic personnel's safety and security and damage the fragile diplomatic ties between Cuba and the United States. We express our relief that the embassy staff remained unharmed in this incident. Still, it is critical to…
Cuban and U.S. Private Business Sectors Sent a Letter to President Biden: Their Main Demand- Lift Cuba’s Designation as a So-called “State Sponsor of Terrorism”
Washington, DC – Nearly 9,000 Cuban and U.S. private business owners or representatives of around 270 business organizations representing thousands of businesses sent a letter to President Biden this morning. Among a list of seven concrete policy and normative changes, their main demand is to take Cuba off the U.S. State Sponsors of Terrorism (SSOT) list. Cuba’s designation on the SSOT list was unequivocally rejected as unmerited by the Obama…
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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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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