News and Events for Wednesday July 7th, 2010
Upcoming Events: Mark your calendar!
PCASC meet up tonight at 7pm @ office. Social hour despues!
Thursday July 8th: 5:30pm picnic, 6:30 eventPastors for Peace's CUBA CARAVAN stops in Portland!
click on the photo for the documentary trailer
Join us at the Red and Black Cafe for an evening with Right2Survive and the Cuba Caravan.
Making connections between local and international struggles.
See all the gory event details here.
We are probably going to have a bigger turnout for the potluck and need some extra dishes. Can you bring something?
Email us to RSVP.
Ask your rep to co-sponsor HR4645. (And thank them if they have already signed on to the bill.)
A new bill that combines freedom to travel with other legislation that would remove some of the draconian features of the US blockade that make it very difficult for US farmers to sell food to Cuba. The new bill is called the Travel Restriction Reform and Export Enhancement Act (HR 4645). Ask your rep to co-sponsor HR4645. (And thank them if they have already signed on to the bill.) Read more >
- Tell your rep and senators that it’s long past time to end restrictions on travel and trade to Cuba -- and to end the whole blockade!
- Tell them to let the White House and the State Department know that it’s time to take Cuba off the list of nations that support terrorism!
- Tell them to let the White House and the Justice Department know that it’s time to free the Cuban Five!
CONGRESSIONAL SWITCHBOARD: 202/225-3121
QUESTIONS? FEEDBACK? CALL IFCO: 212/926-5757
* This alert comes from IFCO/Pastors for Peace
News and Analysis
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Military still has veto power in Honduras
History lesson: Get to know the 10 families behind the coup
El articulo completo
Bolivian Ambassor Pablo Solon on Democracy Now- what is at stake in the next round of climate talks in Cancun Dec. 2010
Comparison on People's summit in Bolivia and Copenhagen accord
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