Help break the blockade of Cuba
The Northland Anti-War Coalition is collecting donations of tools and building materials for Cuba as part of a nationwide challenge to the 50-year US blockade. The aid will help ongoing efforts to rebuild some 500,000 homes damaged during the 2008 hurricane season; and send a collective statement against Washington’s cruel and failed Cuba policy.
Provided our aid isn’t seized by US border agents, it will be received and distributed by a non-governmental council of Cuban religious leaders.
Pastors for Peace, the group sponsoring the blockade challenge, will visit Duluth on July 6. Between now and then, you can leave donations at the Duluth Labor Temple (2002 London Road) or Peace Church (1111 N 11th Ave E). We can use almost any new or gently used carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and masonry tools/supplies, as well as new safety equipment (dust masks, etc). You can check out a complete needs list and details here.
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