OUR VISION

We are working towards a prosperous and happy Cuba, where all citizens are equal under the law and have equal access to opportunities for improvement. We want a democracy where human rights are respected, where individuals can freely run for office, and where we can freely elect whom we choose.

We want Cuba to be a home, free of fear and hypocrisy, for all of its people. Where, through individual creativity and hard work, we can realize our own dreams. Where, by working together, we can build excellent healthcare and education systems.

Where attaining an honorable and acceptable living wage and dignified housing is possible for all. We want a strong, viable nation that is open to everyone and where all of our citizens have the right to return if they so choose.

THE CHANGE IS IN YOUR HANDS
 


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25 February, 2021

Cuba Decide Commemorates the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

On December 10, in commemoration of the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, promoters of Cuba Decide convened for a procession from the Freedom Tower to the Gesu Church in Miami. This event was organized in solidarity with activists who were surrounded by police at the headquarters of the San Isidro Movement and those who are continually harassed by police throughout the country; with the hundreds of young people who demonstrated on November 27th in Havana; with political prisoners; and with all Cubans who demand their right […]
25 February, 2021

Cuba Decide releases video summarizing 2020 mobilization efforts

Cuba Decide released a video summarizing the exponential growth of protests on the Island. Protesters have been raising their voices in opposition to systemic political, civil, economic and social issues affecting our daily lives and in favor of a change in the system. These protests are evidence that the opposition movement and the Cuban people’s desire for change have continued to expand to a point where it cannot be ignored any longer. 
25 February, 2021

Rumbo al Cambio: Left, Right, Uppercut

WATCH HERE: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=510272109941601 On January 27, Cuba Decide hosted its next installment of the Rumbo al Cambio series. This series, “Left, Right, Uppercut,” was an open dialogue between Rosa María Paya and panelists of diverse political standing. This part of the series was dedicated to bringing the views of members of civil society and the Cuban opposition to light. There was also a focus on certain proposals of foreign policy and solidarity from the international community towards the Island extended […]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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