Twitter Storm for Cuba!

International Committee
for Peace,Justice and Dignity

From New York Cuba Solidarity Project
On December 17, Twitter Storm for Cuba

The International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity supports the campaign launched by New York Cuba Solidarity Project

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On December 17th, 2014, President Obama made history when he announced that the U.S. government would begin the process of normalizing relations with Cuba. In his address, he referred to the U.S. government’s policy towards Cuba has been, “archaic and a failure.” Since this address, the Obama administration has made some changes to U.S./Cuba policy.

During Trump’s election campaign, he publicly pledged to reverse the Executive Orders easing ongoing U.S. anti-Cuba sanctions, implemented by President Obama. Since his election, Trump has continued to push an anti-normalization rhetoric and has threaten to cease any ongoing talks.

We want to send Trump a clear message

We need to send Trump a clear message that we won’t let that happen!

On Saturday, December 17th, the second anniversary of Obama’s historic address, Tweet President Elect Donald Trump and let him know you support an end to the U.S. blockade against Cuba! We must let Trump know that he won’t go against the will of the people!

Tweet Trump the following message: @realDonaldTrump I support lifting the blockade against Cuba! #cubasibloqueono #cuba #USCuba

This campaign has been endorsed by: The International Action Center, Sally O’Brien-Cuba en Focus- WBAI Radio99.5fm, Sam Anderson-Black Left Unity, Freedom Socialist Party, Radical Women, National Network on Cuba, International Committee for Peace, Justice, and Dignity, Arnold August-Author/Long Time Cuba Solidarity Activist, Ann Lamb-NYC Coordinator of The Jericho Movement.

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