Thursday, September 18, 2014

Inexpensive Labor Trip Challenging Travel Restrictions December 27 - January 5/9

New Year's in Havana December 27, 2014- January 5th, 2015

A Multicultural and Labor Seminar trip to Cuba.
December 27, 2014- January 5th, 2015

The richness of Cuban culture and identity has been fed by many streams
throughout its history of migrations. Most of us know that Cubanidad,
or Cuban identity and ethnicity, was formed essentially by the mix of
Spanish, African and indigenous peoples, but on this journey we will
visit with some of the many vibrant cities in Cuba,Trinidad, Havana, Playa Giron, Villa Clara, the country's oldest cigar factory and Havana's Malecon promenade and travelers who want to see the cultural side of Havana nights.

We will have extraordinary opportunities to interact with people
involved in a range of community projects in a way that will give us a
sense of current developments in Cuba, and a view of how Cubans use the
transformative power of the creative process. during this time of
fascinating changes and challenges,

23 anniversary of the U.S./Cuba Labor Exchange.

Price of the Multicultural and Labor Seminar for 10 days $1,650
December 27, 2014- January 5th, 2015

The price of the trip will include: round trip airfare (from Cancun, Mexico to Havana, Cuba to Cancun, Mexico), hotel in Havana (double occupancy), 2 meals per day (breakfast and dinner), internal transportation to and from the program, Translation, Cuban visa and the program.  Single rooms are available for an additional $350.

A 2 week of Cuba Labor Seminar-On Cuban education $1,950 December 27,
2014- January 9th, 2015

We will visit the cities of Havana,Santa Clara, Trinidad and Playa

This price is good until the end of September,2014. The price may
increase for any application made after that date.

Please Email your application to:
US/Cuba Labor Exchange E-mail:,

A group of trade unionists and workers are exercising their
constitutional right to travel to Cuba, to gather educational
information and to have an exchange of ideas with other workers of the world. These rights are guaranteed by the US Constitution and by the International Human Rights declaration of the United Nations.

" has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws."
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr."

Of all the civil rights for which the world has struggled and fought for 5,000 years, the right to learn is undoubtedly the most fundamental. The freedom to learn. Has been bought by bitter sacrifice. And whatever we may think of the curtailment of other civil rights, we should fight to the last ditch to keep open the right to learn." - W.E.B. DuBois, "The Freedom to Learn." (1949)

All questions MUST be completed. PLEASE PRINT neatly and/or type.

The original application must be submitted, with a copy of your passport attached and $500 deposit made payable to the Labor Exchange.

All information will be kept confidential

Legal Name (as it appears on the passport)____________________
Address:____________________________________________________ ______ City_______________________________ State __________________ Zip Code___________ Phone/Fax____________________________
e -mail: ______________________________
How/from whom did you learn about the U.S./Cuba Labor Exchange ___________________________
Expiration Date_________________
Date of birth_________________________
Place of birth _________________________________

Please Email your application to: US/Cuba Labor Exchange
E-mail to: or,

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