Contemporary Cuba and the Prospects for Normalizing U.S./Cuba Diplomatic Relations

02/04/2010 7:00 pm
02/04/2010 9:30 pm
author: 
Kathy

Title: Contemporary Cuba and the Prospects for Normalizing U.S./Cuba Diplomatic Relations
START DATE: Thursday February 04
TIME: 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Location Details:
University of San Diego
Joan B. Kroc School of Peace and Justice
IPJ Theatre
5998 Alcala Road
San Diego, 92110
Event Type: Speaker
Contemporary Cuba and the Prospects for Normalizing U.S./Cuba Diplomatic Relations
Join San Diego Friends of Cuba
and
Guest Speaker: Ellen Bernstein from the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization from New York for a dialogue on US/Cuba Relations, Social Justice, the Cuban 5 and the Friendship Caravan to Cuba this July.
Ellen Bernstein has served as Associate Director of the Interreligious
Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO). She has been deeply and integrally involved in IFCO’s historic work with Cuba.
Ellen has been a leader of more than 60 trips to Cuba. She
has organized 18 Congressional delegations, and traveled to Cuba
with 19 members of Congress and 40 key Congressional aides. She has
worked closely with IFCO’s director and attorneys to successfully
defend IFCO against a variety of US government challenges. She also
had a leadership role in the national grassroots campaign to return
Elián González to his father in Cuba.

Event Location: 
Joan B. Kroc School of Peace and Justice, UCSD