On Monday March 5th let us include in our demand to President Obama:
- To authorize the immediate return of Rene Gonzalez to Cuba to be reunited with his family;
- To sign the release of Gerardo, Ramon, Antonio and Fernando; and
- Until they are free, to immediately grant visas to Adriana Perez and Olga Salanueva to visit their husbands in the U.S.
TO CONTACT THE WHITE HOUSE LOOK FOR THE INFORMATION AT THE END OF THIS BULLETIN
CUBAN 5 ACTIVITIES IN CHICAGO AND IN THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA IN SUPPORT OF THE CUBAN 5
Humor from my Pen
Friday March 9, 6-9pm
"Humor from my Pen"
Opening Exhibit of political cartoons by Gerardo Hernandez, one of the Cuban 5 political prisoners held in U.S. prisons
Place: Calles y Sueños Gallery
Pilsen Gallery Calles y Sueños
1900 S. Carpenter, Chicago
Presentations by Zoe Franklin, Chicago Council on Black Studies and Alicia Jrapko, International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5
Sponsors: Calles y Sueños Gallery, Chicago Cuba Coalition, Berwyn Peace Center, and the Chicago Council on Black Studies.
Saturday March 10, 2pm
"US Labor Union Stands up for Human Rights"
333 South Ashland Avenue (Ashland and Van Buren)
Cristina R. Vazquez, Workers United, International Vice-President and Regional Manager and Alicia Jrapko, International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5
Brief videos on the Cuban 5
Hosted by Chicago and Midwest Regional Joint Board, Workers United
Saturday March 10, 10am-3pm
"Sisters in Solidarity"
Mayor Gayle McLaughlin and 25 local organizations will celebrate International Women's Day. Sponsors include Richmond Regla/Sister City Committee and the International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5
Lavonya DeJean Middle School
3400 Macdonald Ave, Richmond
Thursday March 15, 7pm
Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand Up
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists
1924 Cedar Street (at Bonita)
Doors will open at 6pm
Q & A by Saul Landau
Co-sponsored by Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists and the International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5
TO COMMUNICATE WITH THE WHITE HOUSE
By phone: 202-456-1111
If calling from outside the United States, dial first the International Area Code
+ 1 (US country code) followed by 202-456-1111
By Fax: 202-456-2461
If fax is sent from outside the United States, dial first the International Area
Code + 1 (US country code) followed by 202-456-2461
By regular mail
President Barack Obama
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20500
SEND AN E-MAIL TO PRESIDENT OBAMA
THIS COLLECTIVE ACTION WILL ONLY BE EFFECTIVE IF PEOPLE FROM THE US, AND ALL OVER THE WORLD, CALL, OR SEND FAX, MAIL, FACEBOOK, TWITTER, ETC, ON THE 5TH OF EACH MONTH.
TOGETHER WE CAN DO IT!
International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5
For more information visit www.thecuban5.org