[act-ma] 7/02 Pastors for Peace Caravan Send Off Movie and Presentation

July 26th Coalition info at july26.org
Wed Jun 20 17:43:15 PDT 2007

                     IFCO / PASTORS FOR PEACE


featuring special guest speaker Luis Barrios.  He is a prominent community leader in New York’s
Puerto Rican and Dominican communities as well as a priest in the Episcopal Church. He recently returned 
from the Dominican Republic. He is also a Professor of criminal justice at John Jay College in
New York City. 

            Come to learn the latest details about Cuba
                         on Monday evening
                July 2, 2007 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
    at Community Church of Boston, 565 Boylston Street, Boston
       July 26th Coalition and Newton Cuba Solidarity Group
                       are showing the video

       The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil

Since 1992, IFCO has actively challenged the U.S. economic blockade 
of Cuba by its Friendshipments of humanitarian aid. Caravanistas and 
members of local Cuba solidarity groups will be available to answer any 

There will be informational materials about various aspects of Cuban 

The program will begin at 7, with snacks, soft drinks, and conversation 
followed by showing of the video, speakers, question and answer period, 
and send-off of the 18th IFCO / Pastors for Peace Friendshipment to 

As always we need your help to make this Caravan a reality.
Donations to help the 18th Pastors for Peace Caravan to Cuba will be 
Checks made out to IFCO / Pastors for Peace may be mailed to:
Pastors for Peace, 418 West 145th Street, New York, New York 10031
or to: Jim Casteris, 43 Oak Street, Newton Upper Falls, Massachusetts 

              For more information call: 617-964-7932
             email: jimcc1 at mindspring.com or info at july26.org

Pastors for Peace: ifco at igc.org web site : www.pastorsforpeace.org

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