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    1994 Loading a truck to send on Pastors for Peace Friendshipment 3

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    2010 Canadian-American-Cuban solidarity at Blaine, WA.

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    2010 Friendshipment 21 Send-off in Seattle

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    2013 Blaine Peace Park welcome to Friendshipment 24

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Dare to Dream


Seattle/Cuba Friendship Committee presents:
A summer party and showing of the movie DARE TO DREAM
Can one Medical School Change the World?
Seattle-Cuba Friendship Committee invites you to join us!

DARE TO DREAM is a 30 minute film that tells the story of the largest medical school in the world, the Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM) in Havana, Cuba through the eyes of US students who received full scholarships from the Cuban government with the commitment to practice medicine in under-served communities.
Through the stories of ELAM graduates, we learn the history of this medical school that is revolutionizing healthcare on a global level, graduating more than 26,000 doctors from around the world.
Watch the trailer: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/dare2dreamcuba

Date: Saturday 5th August 2017 from 5pm till 8pm
Location: 8424 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98136
(Dr. David McLanahan’s home)
Program starts with a pot luck meal

Introduction and Q&A with:
Filmmaker Jennifer Wager – Professor of Communications
Sol Bockelie - current ELAM student from Seattle

The event is a Fundraiser for the Clean Green Delegation of adults and young people from the New Hope Baptist Church in Central Seattle who are going to Cuba in October. A representative of the delegation will be present to explain more about their project.
Music and songs from Jim Page – Seattle-based folk singer-songwriter and social activist.
Entrance free but a collection will be taken at the event.

You can just turn up, but to give us an advance idea of numbers, please RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 831-261-2025

Directions: 8424 California Avenue SW is near Lincoln Park in West Seattle. It is at the southern end of the northern segment of California Ave SW that ends in a cul-de-sac just past the flashing red light at Thistle Parking: on California Ave SW, Thistle, Sullivan or 42nd

Sponsored by Seattle/Cuba Friendship Committee


US-Cuba Friendshipment Caravan 2017


This year the Seattle/Cuba Friendship Committee again participated in the annual IFCO/Pastors for Peace Friendshipment Caravan to Cuba. There are three pages of reports:

February 23, 2017: Travel to Cuba with Pastors for Peace

Marh 29, 2017: The Cuba Caravan is Coming to Town

July 4, 2017: Manolo De Los Santos: U.S.-Cuba Relations in the Age of Trump

Manolo De Los Santos


On April 17, 2017, Manolo De Los Santos of the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization spoke at El Centro de la Raza in Seattle. His talk was part of an event marking passage of the Pastors for Peace Friendshipment Caravan through Seattle.
You can watch his talk on YouTube, and it is followed by a short Cuban film dubbed in English about the US military occupation of Guantanamo Bay: "Todo Guantánamo es nuestro" (All Guantanamo is Ours):
Watch here


The Cuba Caravan is Coming to Town


The Cuba Caravan is Coming to Town!
Seattle-Cuba Friendship Committee invites you to join us!
Demand that Congress & President Trump:
- lift all aspects of the economic blockade of Cuba
- end the travel ban on U.S. citizens to freely visit Cuba
- give Guantanamo Bay back to the Cuban people

W H E N: Monday, April 17, 2017 from 7 - 9pm

W H E R E : El Centro dela Raza In “La Cocina” at the NW corner of the original building
2524 16th Ave South, Seattle

W H O: Guest speakers:
Manolo De Los Santos, Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization / Pastors for Peace staff will speak on U.S.-Cuba relations in the age of Trump & theology/philosophy student in Cuba,
Barbie-Danielle DeCarlo, Coming To The Table
Robby Stern, President of Puget Sound Advocates for Retirement Action

A L S O :
Join us in a ¡SALUTE TO FIDEL!
in Music, Poems and Dance

With special guests: New Hope Choir, KUTTNUP hip hop ensemble, Patricia Mazuela & Abel Rocha of Sin Fronteras, and poets Jose Carrillo, Michael Hureaux, Anastacia Renee, and Hap Bockelie

Download the flyer

Donations accepted. No one turned away for lack of funds.

Labor donated.