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Tour Information: November 2015 Women's Delegation 
"Advancing Women's Human Rights, Racial Justice and Community Development in Cuba."

Arranged by Marazul Charters

Tour Information: August 2015 Delegation 

"The Cuban Revolution: Its History and Present Day Transformation"Arranged by Marazul Charters

US Women & Cuba Collaboration: 
September 2014 Research Delegation to Cuba
"Impacts of Social and Economic Reforms on Women and Families in Cuba."  Arranged by Marazul Charters

Reflections and Agenda Highlights by Paloma Andazola-Reza

El Mejunje Event: Lesbians and Allies Project 
One of the main accomplishments of the September 2014 women's delegation to Cuba was a gathering of lesbians and allies at El Mejunje in the historic city of Santa Clara to launch the work of the Lesbians and Allies Project. The genesis for this project was laid years ago when we first formed the Collaboration with one of our goals being to learn how the Cuban women's movement and Cuban government were addressing issues of gender identity and sexual orientation. As a result of a growing network of grassroots lesbian organizations in Cuba spearheaded by CENESEX, the Collaboration was able to hold this important meeting. The article that follows is by Moon Vazquez, Collaboration National Steering Committee Member, and Marjorie Richards, 2014 Delegate, on their reflections about this memorable gathering and discussio

US Women & Cuba Collaboration: 
2013 Research Delegation to Cuba 

"Women Advancing Gender Equality, Racial Justice and Sustainable Development"
Arranged by Marazul Charters

(Photo Credit: Lissa Barber)

See itinerary and photos of 2013 Delegation here.

US Women & Cuba Collaboration: 
September 2012 Research Delegation to Cuba 

"Women Advancing Economic Justice and Human Rights"
Arranged by Marazul Charters

US Women & Cuba Collaboration: 
March 2010 Research Delegation to Cuba 
"Women's Human Rights, Racial Justice and Social Welfare"
Arranged by Marazul Charters, Inc.

'Cuba Puts Women Forward, But . . .'

  • Letter to Editor responding to Ms article from US Women & Cuba Collaboration co-chairs, Letter to Editor

2014 Research Delegation with Bronze Statue of Singing Star and Band Leader Benny MorŽ in Cienfuegos' Prado Street

Photo Credit: Misa Shikuma

US Women and Cuba Collaboration sent an invited delegation of Seattle women to Cuba from August 31-September 8, led by Collaboration leaders Cindy Domingo and Moon Vazquez. They researched "Impacts of Social and Economic Reforms on Women and Families in Cuba," and travelled to Havana, Santa Clara, Trinidad and Cienfuegos. A special focus of this group was discussions with lesbian groups in Havana and Santa Clara on the struggles against homophobia in the US and Cuba.

Delegates Visit the Women and Family Orientation House in Havana, Hosted by Staff and FMC Members

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