Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Notes from Cuba: More Photos

"The Venceremos Brigade is a solidarity brigade that has been traveling to Cuba to work alongside the Cuban people and challenge the United States blockade since 1969. We are united in our beliefs that it is our constitutional right to travel to Cuba, that the United States government has no right to restrict our travel with mandatory licenses or fines, that the economic blockade on Cuba is wrong and destructive, and that it is the right of the Cuban people to determine and direct their own future. We recognize the Revolution as the choice of the Cuban people, and we fight for their right to maintain it without U.S. intervention, invasion or sanctions."

Here are some beautiful photographs for which I can take no credit:


Photo by Dan Rodriguez


El Malacón, Havana City - photo by Dan Rodriguez


La Colmenita Playhouse, Havana City - photo by Dan Rodriguez


Photo by Dan Rodriguez


Photo by Dan Rodriguez


School children in Caimito, Havana Province - photo by Tracy Smith


Playa del Este, Havana Province - photo by Geo


Playa del Este, Havana Province - photo by Geo


Jibacoa, Santa Clara Province - photo by Geo


Che Monument, Santa Clara, Santa Clara Province - photo by Geo


VB Banner marching toward US Customs, US-Canada Border, Canada - photo by Geo


American Interests Section along el Malacón, Havana City - photo by Geo


Finally some glamor!, Caimito, Havana Province - photo by Dan Rodriguez

2 comments:

Daniela said...

qué preciosa experiencia!!

Masha said...

woah, great picture! I miss you little Julia. I didn't even know you were going to Cuba. How long are you there? Are you back?