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Press Release: Trump's rollback on Cuba

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Hurricane Matthew's Destruction of Baracoa

This report comes to CCS via an American journalist living in Havana.  We are joining with other organizations to raise money through the CCS Lifeline Funds for supplies to go to Baracoa via the quickest route possible. Please send donations asap, we'll be publishing a list of donors (with your permission) and amounts (same) [...]

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Hurricane Matthew Destroyed Baracoa, Cuba Last Night

Baracoa was virtually destroyed by Hurricane Matthew. We are joining with other organizations to raise money through the CCS Lifeline Funds for supplies to go to Baracoa via the quickest route possible. Please send donations asap, we'll be publishing a list of donors (with your permission) and amounts (same) and let you know where [...]

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March Madness: Traveling Alone to Cuba

The news this week is that President Obama, on the eve of his March 21 arrival in Cuba, is further loosening travel restrictions. U.S. visitors will no longer have to travel in groups to qualify for legal educational travel in one of 12 permissible categories. While “tourism” is still not allowed, individual travel is. This means that, short of Congress [...]

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Help Me Write The Future.

I’ve never gotten around to writing the “memoir” friends ask about, but I do have lots of stories. A bit late to the blogosphere, given that I have strong opinions, I am passionate about many issues, and have always wanted to spread the word. I also like to share Cuba-centric anecdotes. So here goes: my first blog and a [...]

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With an End to the Embargo We Can...

It’s been a year of historic change. Most of us working to bring about a change in US-Cuba relations gave up long ago. We didn’t think we’d be around for any kind of détente. Yet, here we are, our two leaders actually seem to be enjoying themselves! And many people in and out of government are sitting down with [...]

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