U.S. Women & Cuba Collaboration:
Building a U.S. Women’s Movement for Cuba

December 2015

Dear Collaboration Friends of Cuba,

For those of you who have recently sent donations to the US Women and Cuba Collaboration, we are grateful for your support!  And if you have not yet responded to our annual end-of-year appeal, please take a moment to consider supporting our work.
Collaboration Members Participate in Havana's Casa ALBA Day of Action
for Ending Violence Against Women and Children, November 2015

UPDATE: Through December 31, 2015, the next 5 people to
donate $100 or more will receive an autographed copy of Catherine Murphy's wonderful new book of photos and stories of the 1961 Cuban Literacy Campaign! (book details HERE)
The Collaboration works hard toward normalizing relations with Cuba by lobbying to transform US laws and opinions that hold us back from our rights as US citizens to travel and trade freely, and by forging relations with Cuban women that build new models of just and genuine peace and security for people of both the US and Cuba. Key upcoming work is to lobby current Congress members and elect new Congress members who will change the draconian laws that keep the US economic embargo of Cuba in place. Visit our website to learn more about our recent AccomplishmentsCampaigns, and eNews
Donation checks should be written to our fiscal sponsor, LELO, and mailed to the address below. Please include "US Women & Cuba Collaboration" on the memo line of your check.

     (US Women & Cuba Collaboration Project)
     P.O. Box 28489 
     Seattle WA 98118


With gratitude,
Caridad, Carmela, Catherine, Cindy, Jan, Moon, Nataka, Pamela, Victoria
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