HAVANA TIMES — The group calling itself CAFÉ (Cuban Americans for Engagement) is holding a conference this Saturday in Miami to discuss possibilities and scenarios for normalizing relations between the US and Cuba.
The following is their press release:
CAFE Conference: “US/Cuba Relations, the Second Obama Administration: ?The Cuban-American Community and changes in Cuba- Building bridges for better relations”
Cuban Americans For Engagement, joined by FORNORM, Generacion Cambio Cubano and Cuba Educational Travel ?will hold a one-day conference/gathering in Miami.
Miami — CAFE (Cuban Americans for Engagement) in conjunction with FORNORM, Generación Cubano Cambio, and Cuba Educational Travel will hold a one-day conference to engage the Cuban-American community in a discussion about normalizing relations between the U.S. and Cuba.
The conference, entitled “US/Cuba Relations, the Second Obama Administration: ?The Cuban-American Community and changes in Cuba- Building bridges for better relations”, is intended to be a “conversation among Cubans” and will include three panels comprised of panelists from Cuba, the Cuban-American community, and American experts on Cuba. The topics will include the evolving relationship between the Cuban people and its diaspora and the positive changes between both governments that a majority of Cuban-Americans would like to see transpire.
WHAT: Conference that seeks to improve relations between the US and Cuban governments that would mutually benefit both populaces.
WHEN: Saturday, March 15, 2014, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
WHERE: Hotel Sofitel. 5800 Blue Lagon Drive. Miami, Fl. 33126 (Phone: 305/ 264-4888)
WHO: CAFE, FORNORM, Cuba Eductional Travel, Generación Cambio Cubano and Cubans, Cuban-Americans and Americans who would like to contribute to better relations.
CAFE is a community organization of Cuban Americans and American citizens from throughout the United States that advocates for the pursuit and implementation of a new relationship between the U.S. and Cuba based on principles of exchange, engagement, normalization of relations and diplomacy.