President Obama set to leave office, but the blockade remains

Talk by Josefina Vidal, the Ministry of Foreign Relations' director general for the United States, at a University of Havana event held October 17 to denounce the U.S. blockade and discuss recent announcements made by President Obama regarding relations with Cuba

Youth across the country insist: Cuba is ours

Yesterday, October 24, youth across the country joined women and workers in denouncing the interventionist nature of President Obama's recent policy directive and demanding an end to the blockade

U.S. subversion against Cuba continues

Even while the ink of Barack Obama’s new Presidential Directive on Cuba is not yet dry, an announcement for new subversive projects against Cuba was published on the U.S. State Department website

Cuban women denounce U.S. blockade and intervention

Teresa Amarelle, member of the Party Political Bureau and secretary general of the Federation of Cuban Women, leads event in the municipality of Imias condemning hostile U.S. policies

End the blockade now

The tribute to campesino Sabino Pupo Milián, on the 68th anniversary of his death, also served as an occasion to demand an end to the hostile policy imposed by the United States on Cuba

Further changes Obama can still make

The U.S. President has various executive prerogatives with which to modify the application of the blockade against Cuba

U.S. President defends normalization process

A new package of measures with a very limited scope was adopted, in view of the continued economic, financial and commercial blockade. Cuba remains committed to civilized relations despite our profound differences

Cuban youth mobilize against injustice (+Photos)

From 9am–3pm on October 17, Cuban youth and civil society reiterated their rejection of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed on the island by the United States