Cuba In Transition

Matthew Rinaldi
Executive Boardmember

“Today, the United States of America is changing its relationship with the people of Cuba.”

Barack Obama, speaking these words on December 17, 2014, initiated a three phase process. He traded three Cuban intelligence agents held in U.S. prisons for two U.S. agents held in Cuba, announced the beginning of diplomatic relations between the two countries along with a set of measures aimed at normalizing relations, including the relaxation of travel restrictions, and proclaimed a goal of ending the current U.S. blockade, calling it ineffective in achieving regime change in Cuba.

Police and Prisons Committee Meeting

July 8, 2015

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Wednesday, July 8, 6:30 p.m., at 1540 Market St., Suite 490 in San Francisco.

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Police and Prisons Committee Meeting (date change)

June 17, 2015

The next gathering of our Committee on Police & Prisons will be: Wednesday, June 17, 6:30 p.m., 1201 MLK Jr. Way in Oakland.

The National Lawyers Guild San Francisco Bay Area Chapter's Committee on Police & Prisons exists to challenge oppressive practices, policies and laws of law enforcement, prisons and jails used against communities of color, prisoners, and others. It does so by supporting community activists and building member capacity to support and be a part of movements for human rights and civil liberties. It's priorities include:

Police and Prisons Committee Meeting

May 13, 2015

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Wednesday, May 13, 6:30 p.m. at 1201 MLK in Oakland.

The National Lawyers Guild San Francisco Bay Area Chapter's Committee on Police & Prisons exists to challenge oppressive practices, policies and laws of law enforcement, prisons and jails used against communities of color, prisoners, and others. It does so by supporting community activists and building member capacity to support and be a part of movements for human rights and civil liberties. It's priorities include:

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