Bay Area Premier “The Day Diplomacy Died”
AN EVENING IN SOLIDARITY WITH CUBA & THE CUBAN 5
To mark the 43rd anniversary of the assassination of Che Guevara in Bolivia by the
CIA – Oct 1967.
Premier in the Bay Area of the documentary THE DAY DIPLOMACY DIED, directed by Bernie Dwyer and Roberto Ruiz Rebo.
Discussion, Questions & Answers
With Saul Landau, an internationally-known scholar, author, commentator, and filmmaker on foreign
and domestic policy issues.Landau and Jack Willis are finishing a new documentary “Will the Real Terrorists Please Stand Up?”, a film about 50 years of hostile US Cuba relations with remarkable interviews with leading Cuban exile terrorists, a member of the Cuban 5 and former FBI agents.
OCTOBER 7, 2010, 7PM
La Peña Cultural Center
3105 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley
(Donations at the door)
* Featuring poetry reading by Nina Serrano, “best local poet” Oakland Magazine 2010.
* Update on the case of the Cuban 5
The Day Diplomacy Died (2010), exposes the story behind the lock up of 75 “independent” journalists, trade unionists, and librarians in Cuba in 2003 through the eyes of four ex-Cuban state agents working undercover. The former agents speak out for the first time on film about the inner workings of the dissident groups they infiltrated and the various plans, supported by the U.S. government, that were being developed to destabilize Cuba.
Organized by the Int’l Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5
For more information write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 510-219-0092