6:30pm, Thursday, December 1
BMO Community Room, Halifax Central Library , 5440 Spring Garden Road, Halifax, NS
Dr. Afua Cooper (Dalhousie’s JRJ Chair of Black Canadian Studies & author, The Hanging of Angelique: The Untold Story of Canadian Slavery and the Burning of Old Montreal);
Stephen Kimber (Professor of Journalism, University of King’s College & author, What Lies Across the Water: The Real Story of the Cuban Five);
Dr. John Kirk (Cuba specialist, Dalhousie University & author, Healthcare without Borders:Understanding Cuban Medical Internationalism );
Nels Larson (Chair, Nova Scotia Cuba Association);
Dr. Isaac Saney (Cuba specialist, Dalhousie University & National Spokesperson, Canadian Network on Cuba & author, Cuba: A Revolution In Motion).
The passing of Fidel Castro has been a time of deep sorrow and profound loss for progressive, anti-war and social justice forces across the world have felt. While the heart of Fidel may have ceased beating on the night of Friday, November 25, his legacy and work continue in the Cuban Revolution, a living example that a better world is possible.
Join with us to commemorate and celebrate the life of Fidel Castro Ruz.
Organized by: Nova Scotia Cuba Association (NSCUBA) and the Canadian Network on Cuba (CNC).