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|2nd International Che Guevara Conference|
|Date||Friday June 26|
|Time||7:00 PM - 10:00 PM|
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|FRIDAY JUNE 26 > Mt. Pleasant Neighbourhood House - 800 E. Broadway St. AND SATURDAY & SUNDAY JUNE 27 & 28 > Ukrainian Cultural Centre - 805 E. Pender St|
2ND INTERNATIONAL CHE GUEVARA CONFERENCE
26-28 June 2009
~ Fifty Years of Dynamism of the Cuban Revolution ~
FRIDAY JUNE 26
Featuring conference keynote speaker:
Author of the highly acclaimed book “Cuba: A Revolution in Motion” & professor at Dalhousie University in Halifax.
Mt. Pleasant Neighbourhood House
800 E. Broadway St. (1 block east of Fraser St.)
SATURDAY & SUNDAY JUNE 27 & 28
Ukrainian Cultural Centre
805 E. Pender St (at Hawks, 1 block south of Hastings)
The 2nd International Che Guevara Conference is on the move! With speakers coming from across Canada, the United States and Cuba, we have a program to inform and inspire solidarity with the great 50 years of dynamism of the Cuban Revolution.
The topics will cover a range of issues concerning revolutionary politics in Cuba, as well as building revolutionary movements around the world, such as: Cuba a revolution in motion; the early years of the Cuban Revolution; the Cuban Revolution and the question of leadership; the Cuban Revolution and its challenges after the collapse of the Soviet Union; the Cuban Revolution and the US blockade; human rights, women's liberation and homosexual rights in Cuba; Cuba and democracy; Cuba and the concept of internationalism; and Cuba and Latin America.
Entrance to the conference is free! The conference program will also include documentary film showings, multimedia presentations and slide shows related to the topics. Low cost food and beverages will be served throughout the conference.
Keep watching the blog, the full conference program will be arriving soon!
For more information:
cubacommunities [at] yahoo.ca
Endorsed by Canadian Network on Cuba (CNC)