New Jersey says no to U.S. blockade of Cuba

New Jersey says no to U.S. blockade of Cuba

A “New Jersey in Solidarity with Cuba and Against U.S. Imperialism” demonstration was held Aug. 11 at One Gateway Center in Newark, N.J. The action was sponsored by a broad coalition of organizations led by N.J. Anti-War Agenda and joined by People’s Organization For Progress, International Action Center, Green Party, Cuba , IFCO Pastors for Peace, Workers World Party and Veterans For Peace-Chapter 21.

— report by Sara Flounders
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