PASTORS FOR PEACE FRIENDSHIPMENT CARAVAN TO CUBA

FRIDAY, JULY 8, 2022 DOORS OPEN AT 6:30 PM---CARBONDALE UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP, 105 N. PARRISH LANE, CARBONDALE.  Please check for updated COVID guidelines---masks required indoors as of 6/15/22

 
DRUMMING WITH SIWADE (SO. ILLINOIS WEST AFRICAN DRUMMING ENSEMBLE) AND      LATIN FOLKLORIC MUSIC WITH COLLEEN SPRINGER-LOPEZ AND REGINA ZAVALA. 

REPORT ON CUBA FROM PASTORS FOR PEACE CARAVANISTAS*

 SAMPLE CUBAN APPETIZERS AND MARGIE'S FAMOUS BLACKBERRY BETTY & ICE CREAM!!    (SADLY NO RICE AND BEANS DINNER THIS YEAR)

COME FOR THE MUSIC, FELLOWSHIP AND INFORMATION...

$$ DONATIONS WILL BE COLLECTED FOR IFCO/PASTORS FOR PEACE PROJECTS IN CUBA AND TO BUY HIGH QUALITY MEDICAL SUPPLIES THAT CUBA LACKS AND THE EMBARGO MAKES SO HARD TO IMPORT. 

*Samira Mifatou Addrey is a 2020 graduate of the Latin American School of Medicine in Cuba (ELAM). She is currently working at IFCO/Pastors for Peace as the ELAM Scholarship Program Coordinator while completing the necessary requirements to apply for medical residency in the United States.

*Cheryl LaBash made her first trip to Cuba was in 1985 as a member of the executive board of her AFSCME Local in the city of Detroit.  She has traveled to Cuba many times and contributes to national mobilization and legislative advocacy to end the U.S. economic, financial and commercial blockade of Cuba and writes on current Cuba related developments.

The event is sponsored by the Peace Coalition of Southern Illinois, the Social Action Committee of the Carbondale Unitarian Fellowship and the Church of the Good Shepherd UCC. IFCO is the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization.  More information can be found at www.ifconews.org.  *Pastors for Peace is a special ministry of the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO), and was created in 1988 to pioneer the delivery of humanitarian aid to Latin America and the Caribbean. Pastors for Peace offers concerned US citizens an opportunity to demonstrate and enact an alternative people-to-people foreign policy based in justice and mutual respect.