When: 7 pm – 9 pm, Thursday, March 29, 2012
Where: 33 Harrison Ave., Encuentro 5, Chinatown, Boston, MA
Program: Talk, Discussion, Qs and As
Speaker: Dr. Lillian Holloway
Lillian Holloway MD grew up in West Philadelphia. She worked as a certified nursing assistant before deciding to go to medical school. She graduated from the Latin American School of Medicine, Havana, Cuba in 2009. She is currently a resident in Family Practice and an MPH candidate at University of Illinois Hospitals in Chicago.
The Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM) has 10,000 medical students from foreign countries studying free in order to go back to their home countries and help develop health care systems. The students come from 30 countries, including eight African nations. The Cuban government has opened up 500 places for young people from the US to come and study medicine for free, in exchange for the pledge that they will come back and work in underserved areas of the US. Approximately 120 Americans are currently enrolled.
Sponsored by July 26th Coalition of Boston
info at July26.org
Keith Bolender, author of Voices from the Other Side:
An Oral History of Terrorism against Cuba
Contains an Introduction by Noam Chomsky
Published July 2010 by Pluto Press, London, England
The book is a collection of testimonials from average Cubans who have been directly victimized by acts of terrorism, or have had friends or family members killed. Includes a full chapter on the continuing plight of the Cuban Five.
See Keith Bolender's
slide show presentation
Tuesday, May 10th, 2011 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
33 Harrison Ave, 5th Floor, Boston
Hear updates on developments in the case of the Cuban Five
Sponsored by July 26th Coalition
For more information call 617-522-9478 www.july26.org
Friends Meeting at Cambridge
5 Longfellow Park
Wednesday July 6, 2011
6pm – 7pm Diner
7pm – 9pm Program
By traveling to Cuba with humanitarian aid without a U.S. government license, Pastors for Peace challenges the U.S. economic blockade against Cuba as well as the blockade on the minds of the American people about the achievements of the Cuba people and the Cuban Revolution Host the Caravan and Celebrate the Legacy of Pastors for Peace Founder, Rev. Lucius Walker with music, dinner, speakers, discussion and literature
Special Guest Speaker Rev. Edward W. Rodman, John Seely Stone Professor of Pastoral Theology and Urban Ministry, Episcopal Divinity School
Sponsored by the Peace and Social Concerns Committee, Friends Meeting at Cambridge, July 26th Coalition of Boston, Newton Cuba Solidarity, and International Committee to Free the Cuban Five
For more information 617 916-2265
"We don?t need a government license. Love is our license.”
Rev. Tom Smith, Pastors for Peace
A downloadable flyer is attached below.