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Building a strong US women's movement to end the government blockade against Cuba. Our work is rooted in the concept of universal human rights.

  • Advocacy

U.S. Women & Cuba Collaborations has three campaigns:

  • Right to Travel: Help us work to end all travel bans on US citizens for travel to Cuba, and on Cubans who cannot secure US visas to visit the US.
  • Reality of Cuban Women’s Lives: Learn about impressive public policy advances of Cuban women, and also about the harsh impacts of the US blockade on the lives of Cuban women and children.
  • Advancing Global Feminisms: Join us as we learn how to share the lessons of global women’s networks to advance the status of women globally and to build a strong US women’s movement.