Report Back on a Labor Exchange Trip to Cuba: A conference and meetings in Havana, and visits to Santa Clara, Trinidad, and the Bay of Pigs, January-February, 2013
Four Oakland activists recently attended a conference and meetings as well as museums and historic locations in Havana, then took a road trip to the above listed cities during a two week trip during late January and early February. Highlights included the Jose Marti, Revolution, early Havana, Archaeology, Bay of Pigs, and Che museums; a meeting with the legendary labor leader Pedro Ross, the World Balance Conference, and visits to Trinidad and Old Havana. Hear report-backs by:
* Larry Shoup is a historian, writer and long time activist. He was the Green Party's candidate for Secretary of State in 2002.
* Suzanne Baker is an archaeologist and writer. She has also served on the Green Party County Council of Alameda.
* Kate Tanaka is involved in various aspects of community activism; was formerly on the Green Party County Council, works as a residential real estate agent.
* Aki Tanaka is a member of the Green Party county council, a recently retired member of the kpfa listener station board, and a retired engineer.
Added to the calendar on Wednesday Mar 6th, 2013 3:08 PM