NYC – Thurs. Oct. 3 Political forum: Cuba Fights Climate Change & Trump’s and Biden’s Crimes

Cuba Fights Climate Change


Crimes: Trump’s and Biden’s (including U.S. Intervention in Ukraine)

Thursday, October 3

7pm at the Solidarity Center (147 w 24th St, 2nd Floor)

Workers World Party Forum Featuring:
Stephanie Hedgecoke
of Huron/French Canadian and mixed southeastern Native heritage
John Catalinotto
Workers World Managing Editor

New York City

What will it take to save all life on earth?

After the historic climate strike, what are the next steps? What can the people most affected by the climate crisis do?

Stephanie Hedgococke just returned from Cuba with the 50th Anniversary Venceremos Brigade. She will speak on the reforestation, biospheres and sustainability work of revolutionary Cuba.

Today, the United Nations reports that Cuba is the No. 1 most sustainable country in the world, despite a decades-long U.S. blockade.
Although Cuba faces the same threat of global warming, its government, however, has the political will to defend, not destroy life.
The number one polluters in the world are the Pentagon, Big Oil and the banks.
We, living in the belly of the beast, must be the most revolutionary for humanity to survive.

Workers World Managing Editor John Catalinotto will speak on Trump’s and Biden’s crimes against humanity and the situation in Ukraine.

Dinner at 6:30 p.m. for a small donation. No one turned away.