Friday, December 31, 2021

Group and Customized Trips to Cuba

 Information has been provided by trip organizers and is not independently vetted.  You will find on this page specific offerings and/or web site addresses as we receive them.

(It will take a while to build the list.  Check back periodically.)

For local guides who can work directly with independent travelers, click here 

All Star Liveaboard  Scuba diving in Jardines de la Reina Marine Park; meets US licensing requirements

Center for Cuban Studies  art oriented trips

Christopher Baker Photo Tours  famed guidebook author (Dec 14-21, 2022)

Cuba Educational Travel


CUBA TRAVEL NETWORK Telephone: +53 7 837 1621   

Cuba Unbound specializes in active travel in Cuba including sea kayaking, cycling and walking tours along with multisport itineraries.   They offer both scheduled trips as well as custom tours and are able to design any sort of special interest program, including those focused more on culture, cuisine, music and agriculture.  With over 20 different itineraries to all parts of Cuba, including the far east, they are a one-stop tour operator.    PO Box 579, Coeur d'Alene  ID 83816  Phone: 208-770-3359  9:00-5:00 Pacific Time  

Cuba/US People to People Partnership / Fund for Reconciliation and Development   Irish Links Program or Update on US-Cuba Relations

Cuban American Youth Orchestra  Arts Delegations Student Ambassador Program  One-week intensive trips to Cuba for US-based student musicians. Can include parents or patrons

Cultural Cuba   Custom luxury travel  312-667-3068

Deeper Blue  Scuba diving  liveaboard itineraries to Cuba’s Gardens of the Queen National Park and Ciénaga de Zapata.  (discuss with organizer if program qualifies as people to people)

Environmental Adventure Company   15 tours in 2023  Cuba Culture & Nature  ~  Music & Art of Havana  ~  Best of Western Cuba  Speciality Birding, Fishing, & Cooking Tours Available  406-222-5660  

Espiritu Travel  customized programs, offices in New Hampshire and Havana

Friendly Planet   (merged with Insight Cuba)   group tours

Havana Music Tours   June 4-11  Havana, Matanzas, Varadero

HotHouse People To People Cultural Exchange  Solidarity Delegation to the Havana Jazz Festival late January 2024; Applications now through October   application

Like a Cuban*   Rita McNiff <>

Road Scholar

The Friendship Association of St. Augustine, Florida, organizes delegations with a special emphasis on Baracoa  Soledad Pagliuca <>

Travels With Talek   Cuba Cultural Tours  

Your Tour Guide to Cuba



P.O. Box 1562, Livingston, Montana 59047


info@eactours.comP.O. Box 1562, Livingston, Montana 59047


Independent Guides in Cuba

 This page is aspirational.  Guides as a group are seeking the status of self-employed workers, as reported here.  In the meantime, some have found space to function and are happy to hear from you.  

These are self-created unvetted introductions.   All arrangements must be made and implemented between you and the guide.

Traveling with an independent guide is especially appropriate when using the general license for Support for the Cuban People, described here.

(It will take a while to build the list.  Check back every week or so.)

Olema Barani Perez  
Matanzas, Varadero;, phone number 52737900, available 24/ 7. I am a professional tour guide. I studied English Language and Literature. Cuban History has been my favorite and exploring geography all around the country too.  I can arrange tours all around the western and central part of Cuba: transport, paladares and private accommodation, all best quality with excellent families. I also have a few colleagues who are willing to help in the guiding.

Kizzy Camejo Torres
 Havana Whatsap  +53-5-345-2922    Facebook @Kizzy Camejo Torres  @Kizzytours  Masters degree in Tourism Management. I have been a tour guide in Cuba for ten years. Since 2013 I have my own tour coordination business called    I offer tailor made programs in Cuba; a one stop shop for anyone interested in coming to the island. I can provide good advice before and during your trip, transportation, accommodation, tours & experiences and more. I also own three rental apartments in the heart of Old Havana. 

Abel Carmenate Pérez  Havana, Phone number: +53-5-281-1152
WhatsApp, telegram, Facebook / Instagram page: Cuba Taylor Made Tours with Abel;; 18 Years of experience.  I organize tailor made tours all over Cuba with a deep immersion into Cuban way of life, off the beaten track.   Nature, Culture, History, general interest. All areas covered.

Alber The Hiker
I work as a guide all around the Cuban island  website:  TripAdvisor: Alber The Hiker   Instagram: @alberthehiker Facebook fan page: @alberthehiker Youtube: Alber the hiker

Roberly Infante  Trinidad ; Phone: +53 58070450 Whatsapp: +53 58070450; Facebook  robert-Cuban Adventures;  I have worked as a Tour guide in Cuba for almost 10 years, doing the job in different ways (multi-night tours and specialized tours) also local tours...I specialize in nature, history and culture, although the tour always touches on different topics...(architecture, art, traditions, religion, etc)

Luis Cristobal Medina Acosta  I was a tourism guide for more than 20 years, from 1996.  I was graduated from Cuban universities twice, first in Journalism and later in Law. I have worked in French, Italian and English as a tourism guide.  Right now,  I'm a university teacher in Law, but I will enjoy to also go as a guide.

Jose Manuel Madrazo Benavides 
Varadero-Havana    PHONE AND WHATSAPP: +53 52956250  With more than 20 years of experience in the tourist industry, we provide Day Tours and Round Trips to the most important tourist destinations in Cuba, based on the support of local business and neighborhoods. All our services contribute to their development by showing their lives, charisma and hospitality.  WE OFFER a wide variety of customized private tours that will bring guests in contact with the history, culture, nature and traditions of the greatest island in the Caribbean.

Angel Menéndez Otero 
Hemingway Cuban Tours, Havana,  Phones: + 535 264 1168  Available at WhatsApp   On January 1st, 1993 I created my own private business, 29 years of a great experience and magnificent results working with the Italian market and more recently and very successful too with the American Market.  TRANSFERS FROM AND TO THE AIRPORT, RENT OUT PRIVATE HOMES, PERSONALISED TOURS, WALKING COLONIAL HAVANA,  OLD AMERICAN CLASSIC CONVERTIBLES, NATURE & CULTURE, HORSE BACK RIDING, TOBACCO, SUGAR & COFFEE PLANTATIONS, NIGHT LIFE & ENTERTAINMENT, SUN & BEACH, RESTAURANTS  FINER FOOD EXPERIENCE, CUBAN CIGARS & RUM,  DRIVERS & SECURITY

Antonio Montano 
Varadero I'm the owner of a private house in Varadero with all permission to rent it. My business is already on airbnb under the name of Villa Montano.  This is my email and mobile number 53-5-277-2559.  I also work as a private tour guide offering excursions around Cuba.  My WhatsApp is antoniomontano974

Leysester Ortega Cruz  Varadero   Phone: +53 53428561 WhatsApp: +17472356602  We provide  tours  and customized round trips in Cuba.   All of our services fall into the category of support for the Cuban people .

Nathaly Pérez O'Farrill  Whatsapp Phone +5355589920
Facebook: Nathaly O'Farrill. I have been a tour guide for 8+ years. If I had to describe myself I would say I am a very curious person with many interests,  but history is definitely my passion. Nature is another one of my favorite subjects and I try to be an advocate for the protection of all species and habitats, I love animals, especially dogs, cats and birds.  I  specialize in tours related with History, Heritage, Contemporary Art and the Cuban Traditions, as well as people to people exchange, working with several community projects; as well as Bird watching trips throughout the country. And finally I love music. Music is part of my every day life, especially Cuban music. It makes me happy beyond words to "discover" a new song or a new performer. 

Norge Quintero Matos   Baracoa,  Humboldt National Park   phone (+53) 5 290 7569   Individual, cultural and touristic services. Working in tourism since 1998

Erik Luis Rodríguez Rodríguez  Matanzas
WhatsApp / Telegram +53 53683491  I am a free-lance Cuban tour guide. I used to be an university English teacher for some time which provide me with proper communication skills and a wide range of knowledge for tour guiding to cover several themes; such as, history, culture, nature, architecture, Cuban cousine and heritage.  I provide tour guide services for the whole country but mainly the center and west part. My tours are moved by a team of experienced drivers with awesome classic cars dating back to the 1950’s. I have local contact with Air B&Bs, Private Rent Houses and Restaurants with personal excellent services, all with that warm Cuban touch.

Ismary Vázquez  Varadero  Former English teacher, independent tour guide for 7 years. I've done tours almost everywhere on the island but mostly Havana, Matanzas City, Trinidad, Cienfuegos, Viñales, Bay of Pigs.  My phone number is +53 52452810

Riuber Velazquez  self employed tour guide
Phone number:+5354939130; WhatsApp & Telegram available (+5354939130)
Our program and services are totally oriented to private and cooperative sector. We have created a kind of alliance amongst all those who provide privately all sorts of services to the touristic sector in Cuba, that is private taxis (mainly American classic old cars), private restaurants ( the so-called paladares), casas particulares, and tour guides. We offer a wide variety of excursions mostly taking Varadero as the point of departure. These include tours to Havana and Vinales as well as to Matanzas, Bay of Pigs, Santa Clara, Cienfuegos and Trinidad. All the excursions are accompanied by a tour guide who will be giving all kind of important information about Cuban History, Geography, Culture and updated data as well.

Senator Leahy Sets Standard for US Policy



60 Years On, The Economic Embargo On Cuba Is An Abject Failure

. . . . Senate Floor

Mr. LEAHY.  Today, February 7, 2022, marks the sixtieth anniversary of the day the United States economic embargo against Cuba first went into effect.  Sixty years.  Three generations, twelve presidents, sixty sessions of Congress, and six transformational decades ago, dating back to the middle of the Cold War.

The goal of the embargo, which has been expanded multiple times, was unmistakable:  to depose  the Cuban Government by imposing a vast web of punitive sanctions designed to crush the Cuban economy and incite a popular uprising. 

To be precise, in a declassified April 1960 State Department memo confidently entitled “The Decline and Fall of Castro”, the purpose was “denying money and supplies to Cuba, to decrease monetary and real wages, to bring about hunger, desperation, and the overthrow of [the] government.”  

Sixty years later hunger and desperation are pervasive in Cuba, but the Cuban Government remains under the firm grip of the Communist Party.  No opposition party has been allowed to function or to challenge it.  Free and fair elections are as elusive as they were sixty years ago.  Political dissent is not tolerated. 

The U.S. embargo is opposed by every other nation in this hemisphere.  In fact, it is opposed by every other nation in the world, except Israel.  In other words, after sixty years, we have convinced only one other government – just one – to join us, and not a single government in our own hemisphere.  In a failed attempt to isolate Cuba, we have isolated ourselves.

Those responsible for this Administration’s policy toward Cuba have apparently decided that

  • despite candidate Biden’s pledge to the contrary;
  • despite the failure of the embargo to achieve any of its objectives – which the CIA acknowledged in a declassified report back in 1982;
  • despite a worsening human rights situation; and
  • despite contributing to the misery of the Cuban people who the White House insists it wants to help, there is no reason to change course.      

Today, hard hit by COVID and the Biden Administration’s cut-off of remittances and restrictions on travel by Americans to Cuba, life for most Cubans is an increasingly desperate struggle.  Popular protests against the government’s mishandling of the pandemic, mishandling of the economy, and autocratic rule have been met with a fierce crackdown, summary trials, and lengthy prison sentences including for young people.

I have spoken many times about the stark disconnect between this Administration’s policy toward Cuba and the reality in Cuba, so there is no need to repeat what I have said before.  I am as outraged by the crackdown on protesters in Cuba as anyone.  No one condones acts of vandalism or violence, but provocations and abuse of peaceful protesters are inexcusable. 

I also know that trying to bludgeon the Cuban authorities into submission does not work.  It has not worked for sixty years.

  • It has made things worse. 
  • It emboldens the hardliners in the government who blame the United States for their own failed policies, and who are determined to hold onto power. 
  • It hurts the Cuban people, impeding their ability to obtain medical supplies as basic as syringes and masks to fight COVID, and preventing small businesses from accessing U.S. products. 
  • It flies in the face of our belief in the power of diplomacy through engagement with countries whose governments we disagree with, especially a country 90 miles away with whose people we share so much in common.

Sooner or later – and I hope it is sooner – the Administration needs to face the fact that continuing Donald Trump’s policy of punitive sanctions and vitriol has backfired.  The longer they delay that day of reckoning, the worse it will be. 

We can do better than this.  We can defend human rights, we can stand up for the right of people to choose their leaders in free and fair elections, and we can also do what we do with virtually every other government in the world with which we disagree – find areas of common purpose for the benefit of the people of both countries. 

On this sixtieth anniversary of a Cold War policy of sanctions and isolation that has failed in every conceivable way, let us dedicate ourselves to a new way forward that our allies and partners in this hemisphere will support, that the American people will support, that supports the Cuban people, and that is worthy of the United States.



Statement On Cuba by Patrick Leahy

. . . . Senate Floor

Mr. LEAHY.  As someone who has observed the evolution of relations between the United States and Cuba for nearly 50 years, particularly since I first traveled there in 1999, I find the situation between our two countries today bewildering, tragic, and exasperating. 

Bewildering, because senior Administration officials – who have publicly and privately acknowledged that the 60-year policy of unilateral United States sanctions, isolation, and threats has failed to achieve any of its objectives and instead has hurt the Cuban people – have nevertheless adopted that same failed policy as their own.

Tragic, because the policy has emboldened Cuba’s hardliners who have cracked down even more on citizens who dare to peacefully protest about shortages of food, medicine, and electricity, and against government repression.  And it has exacerbated the crisis that has engulfed the island due to the COVID pandemic and the government’s dysfunctional economic policies.

Exasperating, because anyone who understands Cuba could have predicted what has happened since the Trump Administration reversed the Obama Administration’s policy of engagement and would have taken steps to mitigate it.  Instead, the current policy is making the situation even worse.

For the past ten months I have urged the White House to not repeat past mistakes when it comes to our relations with Cuba’s government and the Cuban people, and to pursue a policy based on our long-term national interests.  I deeply regret that has not yet happened. 

Instead, this administration’s policy, so far, has been dictated by a tiny but vocal constituency in this country that has always opposed U.S. engagement with Cuba.  It is a policy that history has shown is doomed to fail.

Currently, the United States and Cuba have diplomatic relations, but to what end?  There is no meaningful diplomacy being conducted, and our embassy in Havana and Cuba’s embassy in Washington are barely functioning.  Consular operations have ceased.  The dialogues we had with the Cuban Government on issues of mutual interest, from law enforcement to human rights to public health – dialogues the Trump Administration cut off – have not resumed.  How can this be in our national interest?

While Cuba remains on the list of state sponsors of terrorism due to a last minute, politically driven, vindictive, and factually indefensible decision of the Trump Administration, we continue to have diplomatic relations.  Is this not irreconcilable? And whatever became of the Administration’s review of that deeply flawed designation which was promised months ago?

Cultural, scientific, and educational exchanges have largely ended.  This is neither justified nor in our national interest.  The COVID pandemic provided an obvious opportunity for cooperation between American and Cuban scientists, but that opportunity, like so many others over the years, was squandered due to politics, distrust, and spite. 

The U.S. Treasury Department continues to block remittances from Cuban Americans to their relatives on the island, even though it is their money, not Treasury’s.  Shouldn’t Cuban Americans have the right to decide for themselves whether to send their own money to their relatives, rather than having that decision dictated by the White House?  Remittances help Cubans be less dependent on the government, improve their standard of living, and provide the seed capital for Cuba’s growing private sector which today comprises one-third of the Cuban workforce.

The amount of remittances siphoned off by the Cuban government is a small fraction of what some have falsely claimed, and is no more than what other governments charge.  Let’s base our policy on facts, rather than on rumor and what plays well domestically.

And Cuba, just 90 miles from Florida, is the only country besides North Korea where travel by Americans is severely restricted, despite our common history and cultural traditions.  It’s as ridiculous as it is self-defeating.

The White House has repeatedly said that “democracy and human rights” are at the core of its policy toward Cuba.  Those are aspirations – laudable aspirations – but they are not a policy.  We all want to see a Cuba where political freedom and fundamental rights, especially freedom of expression, are respected and where an independent judiciary protects the right of due process.  Those rights are severely restricted in Cuba today as they are in many countries, including some recipients of hundreds of millions of dollars in U.S aid. 

Where we disagree is on how best to support the Cuban people’s struggle to obtain those rights. 

I have asked, but I have no idea what the Administration’s practical objectives are in Cuba, or how it proposes to achieve them.  After being told six months ago that the State Department was conducting a review of its policy, we have yet to see any change from the policy it inherited from the Trump Administration a year ago.  What happened to the review?  What did it say?

Several Administration officials have justified the continuation of President Trump’s punishing sanctions because of the public protests in Cuba on July 11.  They say “everything changed” on July 11. 

Cuba is changing.  Access to social media and cell phones has dramatically increased.  Attitudes among the younger generation are changing.  The Cuban government is making historic, albeit hesitant, reforms to relax restrictions on private businesses.  President Obama’s opening to Cuba, which lasted only two years, was instrumental in helping to bring about these changes. 

Rather than acknowledge the unprecedented progress during that short period, those who defend a policy of sanctions say Obama’s policy of openness failed because Cuba remains a repressive, one-party state.  They completely ignore that the same was true for 50 years before Obama, and for the five years since Obama. When it comes to helping to bring positive changes to the people of Cuba, President Obama wins hands down.

But today the United States is once again on the sidelines, clinging to an outdated policy that history has shown will not succeed.  In fact, it is having the opposite effect by denying opportunities to both Cubans and Americans.

United States policy toward Cuba is replete with contradictions, hypocrisy, arrogance, and missed opportunities. Cuba is an impoverished country that poses no threat to the United States, yet we treat it as if it does largely because of our own actions. While we maintain an intricate web of unilateral sanctions that every nation in this hemisphere opposes, the Russians and Chinese are aggressively filling the vacuum as anyone who visits Cuba today can readily see. 

Engaging with a government whose policies are anathema to our own does not bestow legitimacy on that government’s leaders or acceptance of its repressive policies.  If that were the case, we should cease engaging not only with Cuba but with dozens of governments around the world including several U.S. partners, Saudi Arabia and Egypt being obvious examples. 

We condemn the arbitrary arrests, sham trials, laws that criminalize civil society, and the mistreatment and imprisonment of political dissidents.  These abuses are common to many countries, and we apply targeted sanctions and we restrict aid.  But for purely domestic political reasons we continue to impose a vast web of sweeping sanctions against Cuba, even when the Administration knows they have not worked.

I have said it many times:  our policy toward Cuba needs to be guided – first and foremost – by what is in our national interest, not by what is in the interest of a tiny domestic constituency, and not by making demands that we know the Cubans won’t submit to. 

Engaging with Cuba affords U.S. diplomats and American citizens the opportunity to build relationships with Cuban counterparts and identify issues of common interest on which to make progress.  We saw that during the Obama administration, despite some who could not bring themselves to admit it. 

Over time, that is how we can then begin to address the more difficult issues that divide us, knowing that it is the Cuban people, not the United States, who will ultimately determine their country’s future. 

This Administration has had ten months to demonstrate that continuing the failed Trump policy of trying to bludgeon the Cuban authorities into submission can produce positive results.  There is not a shred of evidence that it can.  It never has.  Are we going to waste another year and another after that? 

I hope not, but that is what will happen if the White House does not change course and show the kind of thoughtful leadership on Cuba that we saw during the Obama Administration, and that was welcomed by a large majority of the American people. As Einstein said and so many have repeated, “insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.”  This Administration can do better.  It needs to do better.

Tuesday, December 21, 2021

Karen Dubinsky: A Canadian Perspective


The Only Tourist in Havana, December 2021

Student artwork at ISA (Instituto Superior de Arte) Havana. Photo: Karen Dubinsky

In 2016 I wrote a book about Havana, Cuba Beyond the Beach: Stories of Life in Havana. It offered a neighbourhood-eye view of the lives of friends and colleagues I’ve worked with in my capacity as a professor who has brought Canadian students to study in Havana for over a decade. I have been visiting Cuba since 1978, when, as a starry eyed twenty-one-year-old, I attended the World Festival of Youth and Students which celebrated “Anti-Imperialist Solidarity, Peace and Friendship.” Cuba and I have both changed some since then, but still my book ended on a hopeful note. I finished it just as Barack Obama and Raúl Castro were making overtures towards “normalization” and a spirit of hopefulness was palpable in Cuba, especially in the cultural world. Two US presidents, a global pandemic and an uncommon series of public protests later, I returned. What did I find in my corner of Havana today?

Who did I find ought to be the first question. I would need at least two hands to count the friends, children of friends or acquaintances who have left the country. Some for education in Canada, Europe or Brazil, others for jobs in the US. During the pandemic, many with resources have left for refuge or at least temporary breathing space with family in other parts of the world. Two beloved colleagues, both University of Havana professors, died. 

After a series of pandemic-mandated closings, airports have reopened and visitors are arriving, principally to the beach resorts. Less so, at this point, to the city. As I wandered Havana, Leonard Cohen’s ironic poem The Only Tourist in Havana, penned during his visit in 1961, resonated. The city is darker and quieter than it used to be. Everyone wears masks, everywhere, including outside. Curfews have been lifted, schools at all levels have reopened, along with some museums and galleries.  Some favourite cafes and restaurants did not survive, as in Canada others successfully made the transition to takeout or home delivery and have now reopened. Some of the large hotels remain closed. 

Even this level of “normalcy” in an economy dependent on tourism is only possible because of extremely high vaccination rates, which the country achieved by producing its own vaccine – actually multiple vaccines. Every single person I spoke to in Havana knew people who had contracted COVID or had themselves. After a disastrous spike in COVID rates this summer as the Delta variant made its way through the world, Cuba has one of the highest vaccination rates globally, in the 80% range, (including children). Nothing is certain, but in terms of COVID, it seems as though a corner has been turned.  

But at a tremendous cost. Food scarcities are everywhere, and prices are impossible, at least three times higher in the food sector. A series of disastrous monetary reform measures undertaken mid pandemic attempted to unify the former two currency system, but it has just exacerbated racialized economic inequalities. Cubans with hard currency can shop at one store, which contains little, all at huge prices. Those with only Cuban currency shop at another, which also contains little, at huge prices. Every store has what seems to be a constant lineup. Neighbours and friends alert each other when valued products arrive; one friend showed us her food supply telephone tree which contained a dozen names. Others use social media like WhatsApp for the same purpose. Once alerted, people organize their waiting time together. For big ticket items like chicken, people expect to spend five or six hours in line.  “It’s like a picnic, without food,” a friend explained to me, half ironically. 

These scarcities include household goods and, ominously, medicines as well. That a small country in the Global South, economically blockaded by the US, came up with its own vaccine is remarkable. The current scarcity of almost all medical supplies – from simple aspirin to antibiotics to cancer related drugs – is a nightmare. Over the past year there have been concerted campaigns of medical donations from groups around the world with political affinities for Cuba, as well as smaller groups of friends and family members organizing people-to-people shipments. Authorities lifted importation restrictions (for food and medicine) for travellers as well, and Cubans are encouraged, through a recent campaign of TV ads, to have visitors bring them food and other supplies. This “temporary” measure was just extended another six months, to July 2022. I read about this extension the day after I returned to Canada, and my initial impulse was “good, maybe I could organize another trip with bulging suitcases.” Two seconds later a Cuban friend in Canada gave me a needed reality check; this is also a tremendous sign of desperation. The suitcase solution to food insecurity understandably alarms Cubans in the diaspora; it is hardly a sustainable step towards economic reform. Cuban economist Juan Triana Cordoví recently asked a pertinent question: why has it been easier for the country to produce a sophisticated vaccine than to keep pork or chicken on the table?

These are a few of the many pressures that lead to a series of protests in Cuba over the past year. “Unprecedented” is a word that has been overused to describe these events, but it fits. In November 2020, artists and other cultural figures gathered in the hundreds outside the Ministry of Culture, protesting worsening limitations on freedom of expression. People connected to the San Isidro movement in an Old Havana neighbourhood drew attention to these and other restrictions with hunger strikes. Finally, there were the explosive protests of July 11, 2021, when people all over the country took to the streets.

I did a great deal of listening when I was in Havana. In my circle of friends and acquaintances I heard a range of opinions and grievances as well as a great deal of pain. Some started their story of the Cuban crisis in the US: Trump tightened the blockade and other restrictions, and Biden has, despite promises, done nothing to change it. Friends who work in tourism began their explanations with the devastating effect of COVID on international travel. Some have lost what little faith they had in their own government. “Socialism is just a bad economic system; it’s not working in Cuba any more than it has anywhere else,” Eduardo told me, more directly than he has in the past. Many are furious with the Cuban government’s decision to make monetary reform a priority during the global pandemic, which exacerbated already huge disparities between hard currency holders (those with family outside the country, mostly white Cubans) and peso-earners, among whom Afro Cubans predominate. A friend who is set to retire from his job in a state agency pulled out his employment file, and, choking back tears, showed me thirty plus years of citations and commendations for exceptional service. He’s going to retire on a monthly pension which would, at the current official exchange rate, barely buy a single meal in an economically priced restaurant. Another friend teared up as she told me of her daughter’s imminent departure, to join her husband in the US. “It’s a business” she said, referring to the migration system. “The government wants young people to leave so they can send money back to us.”

When I asked people what they believed might make change, the answers were also all over the map. “People are living inside their own problems they have no space to think beyond that,” Jorge told me, which seemed an accurate statement. People had mixed views about the July protests. One greeted me jokingly with a “Patria y Vida” (the title of a song that has become the slogan of the civic opposition movement), then pretended to look around to see if he was overheard. Another had been so angry at me for something I wrote with a colleague in July, lamenting the Cuban government’s hard-line response to the protests, she sent me a rare email telling me how wrong I was. Five months later, she is no less convinced of her pro-government position, but she thanked me sincerely for coming back to visit even though times are so bad. One friend, a long-time party militant, declared that the protests were a wake-up call the government should have heeded before. Others decried what they believed was the use of violence by protestors and lamented that the leadership of the opposition movements was “clownish” and lacking in respectability. “No one is going to bring this government down like that,” one declared (in a tone that evaded the question of whether that should happen or not). Leila told me about a text she received from a Cuban friend in Miami the day of the protests, urging her to hit the streets. “I was so angry at her it took me two weeks to respond,” she told me. “How dare she. Sitting in the comfort of Miami!”

Among the people I spoke to, certainly scarcities of food and medicine and loss of purchasing power were top of mind. “Only the intellectuals and artists really care much about censorship and freedom of expression,” an academic colleague – who actually cares deeply – told me, though of course they are not unconnected. A photographer friend lamented that she hasn’t been able to take photos for months, since the protests, because authorities in her impoverished neighbourhood confiscate cameras from people to prevent the circulation of images of food lineups.

My academic colleague was extremely frustrated by the response of leftists outside Cuba. “Why can’t people outside Cuba see that you can be a leftist and at the same time be critical of this government?” he asked, echoing the words of Cuban historian Rafael Rojas, who termed this “reverse colonialism.” For Rojas, Cuban civic unrest is seen (by Cuban authorities and some leftists outside the country) as “ventriloquists of the empire.” “The Cuban reality is overdetermined by the dispute with the United States,” he writes, “Cuba, therefore, remains a colony.”

I left these conversations sadder and wiser, and more convinced than ever that, despite attempts to paint criticism as always and forever inspired by the US government, this is a conversation among CubansWhich will require Cuban solutions. Of course, the US has intervened in Cuban affairs repeatedly since the 1959 Revolution. But when speaking to me about their reactions to the protests, not a single person told me they thought those who took to the street did so because the US government told them to. That argument, advanced repeatedly in Cuban state media, just didn’t come up. They were too busy being smart, informed, ironic, sad, frustrated, funny, and angry about their own country. 

I spent an informative morning visiting the Martin Luther King Centre, a respected NGO that has been working in Havana since the 1980s. It is connected to the Baptist church and operates as a community education and resource centre in Poglotti, a well-known poor neighbourhood. During the pandemic they joined other NGOs, artists and community groups collecting material aid, mainly medical supplies, and distributing them to the various hotspots on the island. This kind of work outside the state system is relatively new; Cuba has had a complicated and contested relationship with NGOs inside and outside the country. But the work of the MLK Centre is hardly bourgeoise charity. I worked with some Cuban and Canadian friends this summer organizing funds and shipping many boxes of medical supplies from Toronto to Havana, so I was curious to see what they do. Kirenia Criado, a Quaker pastor who was on the receiving end of all those boxes, showed us how deeply embedded in their community domestic civil society groups can be. Her social justice activist spirit would be recognizable to anyone who works in these worlds, in any country. She spoke movingly about how the pandemic forced them to temporarily transfer their work from community building to simple survival. Hence the boxes.  

Of course, there is nothing new about Cuban resilience and ingenuity. “Resolver” and “inventar” have been the language of survival in Cuba for decades. My partner and travelling companion Susan Belyea, who wrote a dissertation on Cuban food security, visited friends in Alamar, a neighbourhood on the outskirts of Havana, who in the last year cleared an impressive quarter acre lot near their apartment building and created a bountiful vegetable garden. She noted during this visit that gardens are more obviously visible in the city as well.  The crisis has also created some impressive and useful opportunities for entrepreneurship. We dined on buffalo stew one night, thanks to the largess of a Canadian friend who had ordered it through an online grocery delivery site – one of many that have emerged during the crisis, for a mutual friend in Havana, who shared it with us.

What has always inspired me most in Havana – in addition to the people – is the arts, and especially the community of contemporary alternative musicians. In jazz, hip hop and trova there is a world of political debate, sometimes cloaked in metaphor, sometimes plain to see, always a sign of an active and vibrant conversation between musicians and their audience.  My most recent visit coincided with the return to the stage of Interactivo, a jazz fusion band that just celebrated their twentieth anniversary. Entering “El Brecht,” the basement club tucked under the Bertolt Brecht Theatre where I have enjoyed a decade of amazing musical events, was the strangest and most normal thing I have done in the past two years. Even though musicians haven’t been performing in Cuba any more than they have been anywhere else in the world, they haven’t been sitting still either. Interactivo opened with a new song written by their leader, Roberto Carcassés, “Pero” (But). It was written on the occasion of the first large protest, November 27, 2020, at the Ministry of Culture, which brought people in the cultural world together to oppose limits (increasing in severity) on free expression. Hundreds of people had the audacity to show up, without permission, outside a government building.  Carcassés would likely reject this song as representative of anything but his own view, which is the point. But his view, like those of so many I encountered in Havana, ought to be heard. 



By Roberto Carcassés, November 2020 

My translation


I have an aunt who is a Fidelista

I have an uncle who is a Trumpista

But I love both of them with all my heart


I have all kinds of problems,

Material and intellectual

In the lineup for chicken just as with the Ministry


I’m a revolutionary

Also, I’m not

They’re both just points on a watch


I’m a free Cuban

I always show up

I’m not CIA nor G2*

I’ve seen Fernando** in my concerts

Also Luis and Carlos Manuel***

They all enjoyed themselves very much at Bertolt Brecht 


Sometimes words confuse everything

But I’ll tell you one thing

There’s nothing that can’t be resolved by music and marijuana


I could be wrong

It’s just my opinion

Representing a minority of one

Association by affinity

It’s the best option

With freedom of expression


With love and responsibility

We’re all the same


I’m a free Cuban

As Marti longed for  


I’m Cuban

Ay, look at that woman

She’s the one I like

You like pachanga

You like the party,

I like my Cuba enjoying itself

I like my people dancing

With peace, love and prosperity we’ll keep going

Always forward, in front, struggling


But I love both my aunt and uncle with all my heart. 


*Cuban state security forces

** Fernando Rojas, Vice Minister of Culture

*** Luis Manuel Otero, imprisoned artist, and Carlos Manuel Álvarez, exiled journalist

Cuba beyond the Beach

Stories of Life in Havana

By Karen Dubinsky


Karen Dubinsky started visiting Cuba in 1978, and has lived in Havana intermittently since 2004. She is a professor in the Department of Global Development Studies at Queen’s University and co-teaches a course in Havana for Queen’s students. She is the author of The Second Greatest Disappointment: Honeymooning and Tourism at Niagara Falls and the co-editor of My Havana: The Musical City of Carlos Varela

Thursday, December 9, 2021

Signers of Cuba Petition by Zipcode Section 3

 Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, and Nevada

Dick Rollins 80005 Liana Luciano 80011 Heike Carter 80015 this unnecessary suffering and struggle has to end ASAP!!! long overdue!!! Cuba is no threat!!! Norma Duran 80016 Jennifer Smith-Daigle 80016 Edward Hanson 80022 Linda Varn 80023 Sally Blaser 80026 Jennifer Ciplet 80026 Stefanie Ginsburg 80027 Robin Truesdale 80027 Frank Jardines Rivero 80100 Valerie Shockley 80111 Heidi Miller 80112 Jo Knize 80112 Elena Sodano 80120 Ralph Sodano 80120 BETH CALDWELL 80121 Matt Kearney 80125 Melissa Harper 80129 David Harper 80129 Emily Coffey 80129 Marc Heft 80202 Robert Squire 80202 Kathy Squire 80202 Tom Yucha 80202 Ricky Wade 80203 Kirsten White 80203 Gabriela de la Guardia 80205 Carolyn Faselt 80209 Carolyn Faselt 80209 Susie Sherman 80209 Laura Lunde 80209 Nancy Morgan 80209 Nick Scheidegger 80219 Bryan Ferrer 80223 Molly Ferrer 80223 April Kindall 80228 Andrew Michak 80231 Chuck Tadlock 80237 Elisabeth Shippey 80238 Mario Chang 80300 Tim Wolf 80301 Nancy Kimbrough 80302 Judy Kreith 80302 Chandler mortimer 80303 Allen Bornstein 80303 ANDRA B 80304 Leslie Lomas 80304 Janice Zelazo 80304 R Bruce Rogers 80305 Current policy unfair to Cubans. Lizette Pena 80305 Bonnie Sundance 80306 I love Cuba. I know Cuba personally and know Cubans have much to teach Americans about caring for all people through health, education, justice systems and the environment! Amy Swanson 80401 Jason Minor 80403 Orvel Ray Wilson 80403 Michelle White 80501 Bill Fairchild 80503 Jenny Desmond 80503 Noah Sodano 80521 Maura Callahan 80524 Nicole Sodano 80525 Robert Quan 80525 Maria Lopez 80525 Patricia Longair 80526 Mark Rush 80538 Irene Thomas 80538 Alexander Bell 80631 Linda Wells 80903 Radine Barge 80906 Steven Schwartz 80907 Oliver Scofield 80919 Steve Truett 80921 Jenny lopez 80922 Kayleen Dowell 81082 liz lavelle 81144 Emily Tracy 81212 Mark Hardesty 81303 Lawrence Ribnick 81415 Suzi Goller 81432 Janet Cunningham 82001 Tania De La Torre 82072 Tania De La Torre 82072 Israel Toledano Gonzalez 82300 William Davenport 83011 craig Emerson 83014 Shannon Nichols 83333 Reed Lindsay 83340 Markus Franke-TAYLOR 83386 Gwen Trucco 83455 Jill Giegerich 83705 Joy Warren 83709 Joanne Springer 83712 Marilyn Kohler 83843 Kay M 83843 Gerry Hertzberg 83869 Jan Sharp 84020 Kathy Cortez 84045 Miranda Best 84045 Miranda Best 84045 Greg Briscoe 84057 Cristina Bateman-Garvis 84088 Lisa Taylorswanson 84094 Brenda Hancock 84102 Holly Stuart 84102 Rob Weber 84102 Greg Smith 84106 Tracy Hanks 84111 Chris Jensen 84115 Bryce Williams 84116 Lisa Sullivan 84124 Ben Badger 84403 Larry Hanson 84542 Liz H 85015 Tiina Parmasto 85020 Carol Horton 85028 Ron Fischler 85028 Ada Araluce 85032 Stephen Brittle 85051 Norm Barnes 85132 Edwinaf Vogan 85203 Alien Torres 85225 Neil Birnbaum 85234 Alison Marshall 85253 Robert Sampson 85257 pam hendrix 85281 Jeanne Devine 85282 Elice Higginbotham 85283 Michael ONeil 85283 Stephen Rector 85283 Erik Brown 85395 Dorothy Mattie 85541 Sherry Machen 85614 Kenneth Bierman 85705 liza shulte 85710 Joel E. Dworin 85711 Ray Cage 85712 Paul Blaski 85750 Jim Travis 85750 Marie McGhee 85816 Stephen Yost 85933 Debra Brownfield 86001 Lisa Aumack 86001 Dennis DuVall 86305 Richard Loveless 86336 Roxane Fox 86351 Sherry MacKinnon 86636 David Best 87010 Lynn Campbell 87031 Ken Martinez 87048 Leonardo Espinosa Pantoja 87100 Carmen Landau 87102 Gregorio Chavez 87105 Victor Padilla 87105 Nelson Valdes 87106 Laura Carlson 87108 Sally-Alice Thompson 87108 Susan Smith 87111 Robert Woodruff Woodruff 87111 Paul Moyer 87111 Andrea McEneny 87120 Michael Avery 87122 Tami Linder 87144 miles nowlin 87196 Jennifer Johnson 87501 Anne Fuller 87501 Robert Bernstien 87501 Susan Gallaher 87501 Janiece Jonsin 87501 Keren James 87501 Kathleen McIntosh 87501 Mariel Nanasi 87501 iris vazquez 87501 Mara Taub 87504 Katarina Wong 87505 Maury Brooks 87505 Jennifer Spelman 87505 Rosario H Torres 87505 John Lissoway 87505 Danette Sills 87505 Lauren Prescott 87505 Bianca Sopoci-Belknap 87505 Leslie Pearlman 87505 Beverly Leeds 87505 Elliott Anderson 87505 Lopez Raquel 87506 Victor LaCerva 87506 stuart ashman 87506 Attiana Virella-Fuentes 87507 Richard Grimes 87507 Elizabeth Romero 87507 Alexandra Robertson 87507 tim burns 87508 Robert Weger 87508 Clifton Bain 87513 Suellen Strale 87522 Ryan Ross 87532 ananie b 87544 Virginia Barr 87547 Jeremy Landau 87557 Georgina Ortega 87701 Edie Steinhoff 87801 Kathryn Albrecht 87801 Nancy Feraldi 87801 Francie Durand 87823 Bear Albrecht 87832 Cannetta Perry 87832 Vannetta Perry 87832 Zita Arocha 88007 David Smith 88007 Miranda Smith 88007 SHELLEY ARMITAGE 88007 Shelby Hallmark 88021 Jodey Bateman 88061 De Mooney 88061 Candace Bartsch 89005 Ava Gutierrez 89012 Odette Baez 89032 Andrej Madruga Adam 89032 Brian Okiec 89032 Yunior Silva 89074 Jr Silva 89074 Erminia Rinaldi 89074 Selvaggia Ferra 89074 Danuta M 89076 Yaima Esterlich 89121 Robson Coccaro 89123 Sean Gibbons 89123 Monica Avila 89123 JIMMY CRUZ 89123 jimmy kruz 89123 Robert Johnson 89128 Charles Hirschberg 89135 Kim Anderson 89449 Guy Perkins 89519 Eduardo M. Freyre 89521 Joslin Fritz 89523 Marlon Díaz Pino 89523 Keith Collette 8970

Doug Rippey 80022-1349 Paul Illingworth 80033-6296 Vivian Weinstein 80209-2913 James Braun 80503-3642 Les Lord 80538-6458 Greg Harder 81082-2223 Kathryn Barrett 81303-7623 Melody Wharton 81323-8907 Diedra Silbert 81432-8970 Gordon Barkley 83617-9655 Britt Wright 84105-2226 kimberly pettit 84532-2605 Robert Racine 85201-5304 Pamela Rector 85283-2109 Victoria Fodale 85304-1803 Catherine Emmer 85375-5255 Susan Loveless 86336-6341 Susan Wenzel 87110-6417 Jennifer Schlesinger 87505-2682 Homa Nassiri 87544-6205 Susann McCarthy 87571-7214 Ronald Groves 88061-5264 Bernard Siebert 89142-1852 

California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and Hawaii

Sonja Castañeda-Cudney 90005 Saundra Lang 90008 Vonterance Bell 90008 Thomas Nagano 90012 Robert West 90012 Antonio Mendoza 90014 Fernanda Lin 90015 Jean Savage 90016 Librada Hernandez 90016 Mary Power 90016 Habiba Herbert 90018 Mud I Baron 90019 Hachy Mendez-smith 90019 Pam Hall 90019 Indira Leneman 90024 David Leneman 90024 Sidney Kanazawa 90024 Josh Elbaum 90024 Ashley mashian 90025 Selena K 90025 Bonnie Coleman 90026 Richard Dawson 90026 Erica Krumpl 90026 Miladis Cesar Diaz 90027 Cassio Mendoza 90027 Astrid Martinez 90027 Necee Hankins 90028 Joseph Hancock 90028 James Hoeve 90029 Susan Smith 90032 Max Presneill 90032 Liz Leshin 90032 Fanny Ortiz 90033 Nicole Acaron-Toro 90034 Donna Factor 90034 Al Goodman 90034 Albert Goodman 90034 Diane Garcia 90034 Elsa María Piñera 90034 Richard Walden 90036 Lisa Mionie 90038 Vincent Versace 90039 K Bryan 90039 Iris Pereles 90039 raymundo martinez 90039 Renee Sousa 90041 Tony Sauza 90042 Richard Sedivy 90042 Alyssa Fractor 90042 Wilbert McZeal 90042 David Trujillo 90042 Marla Chung 90043 Reginald Jackson 90043 Claudius Washington 90043 Evelyn Harris 90044 Steven Hutchins 90044 CLAUDE JAQUET 90045 Paloma Baillie 90045 Rachael Singer 90046 michael leneman 90046 Jim Ryerson 90046 Kim Rosenberg 90046 Annette Wyrick-solari 90046 Cheryl Ward 90056 Mireille Demeyere Despaigne 90062 Francisco Martinez 90062 Ismael Parra 90063 Antonio Mejías-Rentas 90063 Elena Barcia 90064 Gary Colombo 90064 Sage Lewis 90065 Judy Lam 90067 MOISES WITEMBERG 90067 Peter Lawrence 90069 L R 90069 Tom Moore 90069 John Beeler 90069 Paul Alan Smith 90069 Kathleen Schreyer 90077 James Berkeley 90077 Mara Papatheodorou 90077 Francoise Queval 90077 Patricia Wright 90077 Vusisizwe Azania 90095 Gail MacDonald 90210 SUSAN HOLDEN 90210 Lori Blinn 90210 Aracely Espinoso 90210 Laurie S 90211 Yolanda Mc Allister 90221 Evelyn Goodman 90230 Pamela Liinderman 90230 Sharlene London 90232 Michael Hersh 90232 Deborah Myers 90232 Gregory Potthoff 90232 Scott Hunter 90232 Francisco Zaragoza 90241 Maria Munoz 90241 Raul Mendez 90241 Ervin Kinsey 90249 Erica Stafford 90250 Beata Stylianos 90254 Angelica Del Real 90262 Sharray Morales-Washington 90262 Tom Vinetz 90265 Jay Berman 90266 Bret Johnson 90266 Julia Gonzalez 90270 Amy Alexander 90272 Ros Wolf 90272 Nancy K Brigden 90275 MELINA PARIS 90275 Astrid Martinez-Jones 90275 Victoria DeFrank 90277 Michelle Green 90278 Michelle Green 90278 Patrick Bonner 90280 Juan Hernandez 90280 Exarlys Ochoa 90280 Rainer Mack 90290 Steve Clare 90291 Marie Kennedy 90291 Eve Rappoport 90291 Cynthia Guedea 90291 Phoebe Claggett 90291 SYLVIA AROTH 90291 Anne Zimmerman 90291 Betsy clark 90291 Ted Santos 90292 Patrick Loo 90292 Daina Lauren 90302 Robert Brown Sr 90302 Renita Tyson 90302 Sofia Matta 90401 Jessica Safran 90402 Dylan Harris 90402 Cindy Bendat 90402 Gregory Corbett 90403 Nicole Daghighian 90404 MaryAnn Dolcemascolo 90405 ignacio fernandez 90405 Judith Davies 90405 Salma Damji 90405 lolita lekha 90405 Maxine Williams-Gboizo 90405 Marjorie Becker 90405 Judith Gerber 90503 Rafael Estrada 90600 Richard Castro 90606 melody la montia 90631 Gabriela Torres 90640 Miguel Lopez 90650 Timothy Beyer 90717 Dan Hageman 90720 Adolfo Nodal 90731 Geralynn Krajeck 90731 Ron Linden 90731 Mark Friedman 90731 Diane Middleton 90731 Rachel Bruhnke 90731 Andrea Serna 90732 Jordan Molina 90740 Benny Blaydes 90746 Hollis Stewart 90802 Lenor de Cruz 90803 Ryan Cole 90805 LUISA CRESPO 90808 Gregory Young 90813 Aleksey Duplinsky 90814 Helen Erb 90814 mary drobny 90814 Joey Hancock 90928 Dorothy Garcia 91001 Joy Silverman 91001 Pazia Bermudez-Silverman 91001 Vicki Laidig 91001 Cindy Hawes 91001 Amanda Gerberich 91006 Marianne Parise 91007 Paul De Castro 91016 Vicky Huynh 91024 Katie Mclaughlin 91024 Emilia Lomeli-Fannan 91030 Gladys Prawl 91031 Kimberly Zimmerman 91040 M Robinson 91075 Yunior Frómeta Carbonell 91100 Yunior Frometa 91100 Barbara Bell 91101 Kathleen Diener 91104 Ellen Stein 91104 Tracy Matthews-Holbert 91104 Jennifer Jacobs 91104 Cheryl Auger 91105 George Bermudez 91105 Cate Suter 91107 Chephren Rasika 91107 Brigitte Hadadian 91107 Barbara Noriega 91115 Sheila Suarez 91202 George Salibian 91202 Katie Singer 91206 James King 91214 Sarah Stone 91311 Anais Ruiz 91325 Mary Sargent 91342 Jim Soliz 91350 Lisa M. McDougald 91354 Donna Wells 91356 yolanda miranda 91364 Jim Haley 91383 Jim Haley 91383 Jim Haley 91383 Israel Berttalett 91401 Dena Chertoff 91401 Barbara Voge; 91401 Jeffrey Sokolow 91403 Leslie Sokolow 91403 Maria Frances-Benitez 91403 Lazaro Wisnia 91403 Alecia Foster 91411 Diana Berrones 91411 Joshua Brown 91423 Karen Lawrence 91423 Alberto Saavedra 91423 Rick O'Riley 91426 John N. 91602 Kathryn Danielle 91604 VICTOR KOZASKI 91605 Antonieta Gimeno 91605 Mark Jaress 91607 Brian Singer 91607 Deborah Kaye 91607 Marc Drotman 91607 Dawn Willey 91701 Patsy Butler 91709 Monique Jones 91709 Pete Cacheiro 91710 Lena Cacheiro 91710 James Mulligan 91711 Teresa Wilson 91711 Gabriel Ramitez 91731 Patrick Serrano 91745 Analia Romero 91748 Derrick Williams 91752 Kay Torres 91754 Marianna Breton 91765 Jessie Vallejo 91768 John Cabrera 91775 Marcela zurita 91775 Eileen Del Pino 91775 Jehan Jackson 91776 jehan jackson 91776 Mike Severson 91784 Frank Beltran 91790 Melissa Michelson 91803 Orquídea Labrador 91803 Stanley Williams 91911 Paul Dobson 91915 Mary Lou Finley 91942 Michael Roditti 91942 Barbara White 92009 Daniel Perez 92011 Ana Zentella 92014 Yvonne Roussel 92026 Toni Mecaro 92027 Rick Paul 92027 Luis Nunez 92028 Diane Jacoby 92029 Kay Plantes 92037 Ann Lipschitz 92037 Vince Nobile 92054 anita simons 92056 Cathy Evans 92064 Edward Pohlert 92069 Jennifer Ottinger 92069 Zac Dugger 92084 Marjorie Cohn 92101 Lisa Sparaco 92102 Maria Cook 92103 Adam Martindale 92103 Claude LeTien 92103 Anna García 92106 Susan Rutan 92109 Rita Florea 92111 Susan Rhodes 92111 Perla Bransburg 92115 Brian Blake 92116 Jennifer Effie 92119 Teresa Donahue 92120 Rob Korman 92124 Kelly Korman 92124 James Cline 92130 Grazyna Krajewska 92130 Catherine DeWeese Parkinson 92173 Dianne Thompson 92191 Christopher Baker 92234 Alena Callimanis 92253 Rob Ollander-Krane 92260 Glen Hutloff 92262 John Lussier 92270 Harold Jacobs 92270 Stan Squires 92301 leland lubinsky 92354 Thomas Mcclung 92374 Jim Brough 92397 Vanessa Rosa 92503 Larissa Hahn 92504 Rosa Washington 92506 Rhonda Neugebauer 92508 Maritza Baida 92530 Manuel Ramos 92532 Ruben G. Rumbaut 92617 Rebecca Dailey 92627 Paul Svoboda 92629 Janice Chieffo 92651 Michael Hudson 92653 Aaron Cohen 92663 Lisa Kopelman 92672 Melanie Froysaa 92679 Melvin Cohen 92679 MELINDA COHEN 92679 Linda C Joplin 92683 Ahmad Sanati 92692 Ann Kimberley Bennett 92705 Kathleen Apuan 92705 Scott Mether 92882 Kelly Parry 92921 Cuba Montero 93004 Sharon Rasey 93010 Nancy Butterfield 93010 Anandaraj Ponnambalam 93023 Julia Sewell 93035 Mary Price 93101 James Kahn 93103 Nancy Golden 93103 Gail Berkeley 93105 Debra Barringer 93105 Laurence Dworet 93108 Elizabeth Lee 93281 Delvis Fernández Levy 93401 Trude Kyle 93401 Sherri Stoddard 93402 Cynthia Calvert 93402 Jacki Williams 93405 ROBERT BENNETT 93442 Greg LaCava 93451 Michele Merchant 93517 Jesse De La Pena 93535 Christina Fraga-Saenz 93550 Marti Romero 93550 Joe Pallon 93550 Greg Jones 93550 Leni Villagomez Reeves 93602 Keiko Hatakeda 93654 Stephen Sacks 93704 Judith Rosenthal 93704 JOAN LEVIE 93704 Amy Arlund 93720 Lee Liddle 93720 Peter Maiden 93727 Patti McBride-Yonev 93902 Mayda Cruz 93933 Christine Browning 93940 Sandee M Scott 93950 John Malloy 94002 Irina Morgovsky 94010 Robin Schwedhelm 94010 Kari Derenzi 94010 Holly Ayala 94014 Felix Kury 94015 Lidbia Salguera 94015 Nancy Burger 94022 Cuong Tran 94024 Elizabeth Phillips 94027 tina conway 94028 Darlena Torres 94030 Jon Michael 94030 Francis DeLeon 94030 Aarthi Rajiv 94043 Maria Martell 94043 Erin Walker-Anderson 94043 KARIN WYMAN 94043 Donna Eastabrook 94043 Jeannette Shepard 94043 Carole Marshall 94043 Janice Nenn 94043 Ashley Pilkey 94043 John Garvin 94043 Beth Brann 94044 Thomas Edminster 94044 Patricia Mizrahi 94044 Carol Cross 94061 Annaloy Nickum 94063 Alison Tudury 94066 Elizabeth Cervantes 94066 keta bill 94066 Robert Panero 94070 Desautels Kiki 94070 Tracy Massaro 94070 Cesar Rodriguez 94080 Lawrence Safran 94086 Melodie Holden 94087 Coralee Patton 94093 Priscilla Marquis 94103 Dennis Martinez-Galarce 94105 Christina Wallace 94107 Ann Marie Miranda Miranda 94107 RG Davis 94107 Diana Block 94107 Lauren Klapper 94108 Michael Kemper 94109 Carol Steele 94109 henry milich 94109 Da6 Jenkins 94110 catherine r cusic 94110 Beryl Landau 94110 Vicki Legion 94110 jc sarmiento 94110 Phyra McCandless 94110 Howard Gutstadt 94110 Elizabeth Soberanes 94110 Lisa Dollar 94112 Ellen Catalina 94112 EILEEN PURCELL 94114 Diane Valenti 94114 Karen Klein 94114 Philippe Gendrault 94115 Rebeca Mauleón 94116 Joel Schechter 94116 Diana Scott 94116 Jolie Ginsburg 94117 Diana Gaffney 94117 Josh Adams 94117 Jennifer Hull 94117 Rick Ayers 94117 Olga Osborne 94117 John MacDevitt 94118 Manae Ross 94118 Jason Oringer 94121 paul adriaanse 94121 Chris Dye 94121 Sherry Spitzer 94122 Tomasita Medál 94122 Josephine S. Loo 94122 Nora Lapin 94122 Jason Ortega 94123 William Willett 94123 Jim Hall III 94124 Mishwa Lee 94124 Blair Sandler 94124 Joel Leu 94127 Kathryn Goldman 94127 Marek Kolodziej 94127 Michael Whitehurst 94131 Barbara Wein 94131 Ruth Maginnis 94131 Johanna Metzgar 94132 Mayra Padilla 94133 Kathleen Densmore 94133 David Oberweiser Jr 94133 Diana Battle 94134 Michael Page 94134 Anne Seeman 94134 Maria Elena Pena 94134 Darlene Markovich 94301 Oleta Proctor 94303 Linda Faste 94305 Îzvara Predmore 94305 Elizabeth Saenz-Ackermann 94305 Estella Habal Habal 94306 Cynthia Costell 94306 Linval DePass 94306 Jonelle Preisser 94306 Janet Nestler 94402 Nathan Ginsberg 94403 Steven Kirkish 94403 Roberta Drake 94403 Sergio Medina 94404 Ivy Leichman 94501 Christina Velasco 94501 Relda Sousa 94501 Edward Hilton 94501 ROBERT GYEMANT 94501 jesse alter 94501 SerachBracha Albert 94502 Paul Albert 94502 Maria Wadley 94509 Jesus D Perez 94509 Edith Sanchez 94509 Arsinoe Orihuela Sr 94518 Alan Berquist 94518 Quincy Scott 94519 William Martinez 94523 Marcia Brooks 94530 Osiel Recio Estrada 94530 Julie Rivera 94530 Robert Crawford 94530 Elizabeth Char 94530 Jerrie Mcintyre 94531 Enrique Lopez-Calleja 94536 Mina Mangewala 94541 Marcella Pabros-Clark 94541 Hank Hanig 94549 Elizabeth Ringhofer 94549 Anthony Sweet 94549 k lerch 94549 Nancy Rowe 94553 Deborah White 94556 Barbara Preston 94556 Thomas White 94556 Gary Noe 94556 Sue Greene 94558 miriam suzara 94560 Andrea Arce 94560 Cheryl Wingo 94563 John Wingo 94563 James Ulrick 94563 Marlene Pedley 94564 Sharon Conlan 94571 don mannis 94577 Adrienne Mannis 94577 Audrey Ewart 94577 Susan Kaye 94577 Christine Araneta 94577 Juan Francisco Ceballos 94578 Carmen Crum 94580 Carmen Crum 94580 Soraya Rios 94587 Monique Louvigny 94591 Betty Rosenheimer 94595 Arland Marona 94595 Pamela McCorduck 94595 John Cortis 94595 marcia Slakoff 94595 Gretchen Salter 94596 John and Kathy Schermerhorn 94597 Oetsf Noe 94598 Lisa Lee 94601 Shirley Nakao 94602 Sarah Wales 94602 Bonnie Wentworth 94602 Lisa Drew 94602 Gillian Hall 94602 Ilene Abrams 94602 Candice Wright 94602 Diane Boyd 94602 Irene Kane 94605 Patty Hirota 94605 michaelle goerlitz 94605 Sandra Owens 94606 Gerry Tenney 94606 Loralie Froman 94606 Janice Albert 94606 James Vann 94606 Albert Sargis 94606 AARON BALUYOT 94607 Laura Boytz 94607 Joseph Skorman 94608 Matthew Gallagher 94608 Sabina Ubell 94608 PAUL FETHERSTON 94608 Joelle Deloison 94609 Laurence Shoup 94609 Ellen Gierson 94609 Maureen Gosling 94609 Sandina Robbins 94609 Earl Price 94609 Mitchell Hirsh 94609 maria calderon 94609 Ellen Gierson 94609 sarah wolfarth-davis 94609 Carlos Prendes 94609 Nathan Rynerson 94610 Elena Ronquillo 94610 Hui Wang 94610 Estelle Schneider 94610 Aimee Suzara 94610 Eyla Moore 94610 Michele Wolpr 94610 soudabeh Ashrafi 94610 James Owen 94610 Christina Lynch 94610 Suzi Goldmacher 94610 Lucymarie Ruth 94610 David Tobis 94610 ROBERT HANSON 94610 Jennifer Satoh 94610 Constance Jubb 94611 Nina Menendez 94611 Owen Murphy 94611 Kit Vaq 94612 Daniel Charlier-Smith 94612 Marcia Pratt 94612 Maddy Oden 94612 jamaica itule simmons 94618 Marilyn Borchardt 94618 Andrea Grant 94618 Ronald Rowell 94618 Amy Draizen 94618 Patricia Dedekian 94618 Adam Dunbar 94618 Ruta Rakutis 94618 Eva Pettersson 94619 Amy Weiss 94619 Michelle Bautista 94619 Evangelina Maravilla 94619 Deborah Lindsay 94619 John Jernegan 94619 Nancy Taylor 94619 Quincy Scott 94619 Grace Shimizu 94619 Jane Armbruster 94619 John Jernegan 94619 Norma J F Harrison 94702 Marguerite Casillas 94702 Phyllis Willett 94702 Carol Suveda 94702 Orly Suveda 94702 Daniel Hallinan 94702 Joaquin Geaga 94702 Carolyn Scarr 94702 Felicia Gustin 94702 Miriam Levitt 94703 Jerome Kohn 94703 Peter Moore 94703 Lillian Galedo 94703 Judy breakstone 94703 Nancy Schimmel 94703 lori Kossowsky 94703 Mary West 94703 Susan Wengrofsky 94703 Kim Anno 94703 meaveen o'connor 94703 Cynthia Papermaster 94703 Adrianne Aron 94703 Cecile Leneman 94704 Rebecca Navarrete Davis 94704 christienne de Tournay birkhahn 94704 Leslie Balog 94704 Isabel Tirado 94704 Tom Miller 94704 Cecile Pineda 94704 Gail Brown 94705 Diana Yonkouski 94705 Polly Young 94705 Eric Leenson 94705 Eric Leenson 94705 Joseph Mutti 94705 Stephen Rynerson 94706 Chai Levy 94706 Julia Jalalat 94706 Raphael Peck 94706 Richard Quint 94707 Naomi Stamper 94707 Marilyn Markowitz 94707 Verona Fonte 94707 Emily Olman 94707 Diana Bohn 94707 Victor Cross 94707 K Reasoner 94707 Pamela Montanaro 94708 Barbara Bibel 94708 Jane Hodges 94708 Joan Wager 94708 Joél Olivier 94708 Thomas Carlson 94708 Rob Dunn 94708 Joan Wager 94708 June Safran 94709 Ednah Beth Friedmsn 94709 Luz Mena 94710 Ali Estrada 94803 Julie Harris 94803 Michele Seville 94803 Michelle Aguero 94803 Joyce McBride 94803 Germaine Quiter 94804 Catherine Stern 94804 Nesbit Crucifield 94804 Marilyn Albert 94804 Juan Reardon 94804 Tarnel Abbott 94804 Gwen Willows 94804 Peter Weisberg 94804 Rita Barouch 94805 Claudia Jimenez 94805 Cynthia Burke 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