Fidel Castro is no longer with us.
For Donald Trump, some Cuban-Americans in Miami, and some of the national US media this is cause for a grotesque celebration. But millions of ordinary Cubans, and tens of millions throughout Latin America, Africa and beyond, are mourning the loss of one of the greatest and most inspiring political leaders of the 20th century.
Come join us at this movie showing to learn about and celebrate his life, and to hear how we intend to complete his legacy by achieving truly normal relations between the US and Cuba.
A Movie showing – Friday December 9th – 7.30 pm
Bethany United Church of Christ - 6230 Beacon Ave S, Seattle
(1/2 mile south of the Veterans Hospital on Beacon Avenue, at the corner of Beacon Ave. S and Graham Street.)
Entrance is free – a collection will be taken after the movie.
Popcorn will be available.
Fidel - The Untold Story is a documentary released in 2001 by Brooklyn born filmmaker Estela Bravo. It is 90 minutes long and covers Fidel’s life up till 2001. The film features interviews with: Nelson Mandela, Phillip Agee, Muhammad Ali, Harry Belafonte, Angela Davis, Elián González, Gabriel García Márquez, Ted Turner, Alice Walker and Ramsey Clark.
Organized by the Seattle-Cuba Friendship Committee and Bethany United Church of Christ Also in honor of the 5th anniversary of the passing of committee founder Tom Warner.