Harlem, NYC: Stand with Cuba – 70th Annual Celebration of Cuban Revolution, July 29

Celebrate the July 26, 1953 Attack on the Moncada Barracks of the US-Backed Batista Dictatorship!
The Beginning of the Victorious 1959 Cuban Revolution

Saturday, July 29th at
Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz
Memorial and Educational Center

Address: 3940 Broadway @ 165th Street in Manhattan NYC

Reception: 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Program: 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Afterparty: 8:30 PM – 10:00 PM

Donation Range $5 – $20

Keynote Speaker:

Gerardo Peñalver Portal, Cuban Ambassador to the United Nations

Light skin Cuban man wearing a suit and tie


Light skin Cuban woman with eyeglasses
Nancy Cabrero – Casa de las Americas

Black female lawyer wearing eyeglasses and red blouse
Joan Gibbs , Longtime activist-attorney,
National Conference of Black Lawyers (NCBL),
New York-New Jersey Cuba Si Coalition Legislative Committee

Message from Charles Barron and Alegna Cruz,
Secretary Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, New York Junta

Victory! End the Blockade Resolution Passes in NYC City Council! Organizers Speak!

Cultural Event

Black man with white t-shir and eyeglasses
Poem: “Red Star”
by Zayid Muhammad
Malcolm X Commemoration Committee, People’s Organization for Progress

The Cuban Revolution “overturned the system”

Malcolm X, right, talks to Fidel Castro at Hotel Theresa in Harlem, New York,
Sept. 19, 1960. Malcolm organized housing there for the Cuban U.N. delegation
when it was denied accommodation elsewhere.
The Cuban Revolution “overturned the system,” Malcolm explained in 1963.

We are requesting donations on a sliding scale depending on organizational size

From $5 – $25 (or more!)

Our 501(c)3 fiscal sponsor for the Conference is the Inter-religious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO).

>Donations can be made via:-

Credit/debit card donation via the IFCO website https://ifconews.org/donate/
Please specify on their donation form that it is for this event

We look forward to your promotional and financial support

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