Fair.org introduced an interview with Netfa Freeman on Cuba sanctions and the history of the US’ perpetual restrictions on Cuba. The conversation includes economic legislation effects, how Cuba exercising self-determination has been negated, US polls demonstrating favorability towards normalizing relations between the two countries, and an articulate perspective on the Cuban’s reactions as well.
Read through the interview published June 11, 2019:
The newly imposed travel embargo limits the travel of US citizens, and severely impacts the economy of Cuba. Read about it in a Consorium News update from June 14, 2019:
Read about how the US travel restrictions to Cuba harm both US and Cuban citizens in this informative article by counterpunch published June 12, 2019:
More US Dictatorship Against Cuba
This opinion piece by the Bar Area Reporter published on June 5, 2019 highlights key features of Cuba’s current state and continuous fight for solidarity:
Trump’s recent restrictions on U.S. travel to Cuba have many implications, and the elimination of the group people-to-people educational travel has serious consequences on the private sector workers. Learn about the affects from an article published by voanews.com on June 5, 2019: