Youth in Action: Cuba, Cuba, Cuba!

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Cuba, Cuba, Cuba!

Youth for Socialist Action is organizing a youth delegation to Cuba this December. The trip will be co-sponsored by the Cuban Union of Communist Youth, and will be an opportunity for YSAers to learn first hand about the Cuban Revolution, and the ongoing struggle of the Cuban people against the U.S. blockade. Following the trip, the YSA will be organizing a series of report-backs in schools and communities across the country.

If you would like to contribute to the cost of sending the YSA delegation to Cuba, please send your donation to our national office at 3425 Cesar Chavez St., San Francisco, CA 94110. For more information concerning the trip, you can call us at (415) 821-2114 or e-mail us atysa@yahoo.com.

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