Cuba Under Siege: American Policy, the Revolution and Its People
SPEAKER: Keith Bolender, Journalist and Writer
Join author Keith Bolender for a discussion on the history of American hostile policies against Cuba since the Revolution. The talk covers the history of the largely unknown war of terrorism against the Cuban people, the longest economic blockade in modern history, and other American attempts to adversely affect Cuban society.
Registration begins 6 pm/Event start 6:30 pm
Networking reception following Q & A session – NOTE: Book signing during cocktail reception
Ben McNally Bookstore, 366 Bay Street
CIC Members: $5 Non Members: $10 CIC Student Members: Free
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Keith Bolender is a freelance journalist and has written extensively on Cuban matters for a variety of publications, including the Toronto Star, Florida Sun Sentinel, the Council for Hemispheric Affairs, North American Council on Latin America, Monthly Review, Progresso Weekly and others. He has been involved with Cuban projects for more than 20 years – a member of the Institute for Public Accuracy (IPA) on their roster of experts for Cuban Affairs, and lecturer on the Cuban Revolution at the University of Toronto School of Continuing Education.
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NOTE: Those who pre-register for the event are responsible for payment, regardless of attendance.