U.S. Premiere: The Mariposas of Cuba
An Exhibit of paintings by Antonio Guerrero, one of the Cuban 5 political Prisoners held in U.S. prisons
Friday March 29, 7pm
The Eric Quezada Center
for Culture and Politics
518 Valencia St.
SF Poet Laureate
The exhibit includes 25 indigenous butterflies of Cuba
The Cuban 5 came to the U.S. to monitor the activities of terrorist groups in Miami to help prevent further attacks against their homeland. Instead of receiving medals for their actions they were arrested and have served nearly 15 years in U.S. federal prisons.
During his time in prison Antonio Guerrero has become a proficient and accomplished painter, mastering several techniques including water colors that he used for the paintings in The Mariposas of Cuba. Guerrero has also published several books of poetry including his most recent, Enigmas y Otras Conversaciones and La Verdad me Nombra that were featured at Havana’s International Book Fair in February.
This is a fundraiser event organized by the International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5. A $10 – $20 donation is suggested at the door. Refreshments will be wine, empanadas and crêpes.
For more information call: 510-219-0092
JOIN THE INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT DEMANDING: FREE THE CUBAN FIVE!
Sponsored By: The Columbia University Caribbean Students Association
and these organizations and individuals from the Columbia-Barnard Community:
African Students Organization, Barnard Organizations of Soul Sisters (BOSS), Black Students Organization, Chicano Caucus, Haitian Student Organization, LUCHA, Students Against Mass Incarceration
Endorsed: Casa de las Américas, Popular Educational Project to Free the Cuban Five, and the July 26th Coalition an ongoing initiative by the organizations and individuals in solidarity with the People of Cuba in the NYC/Tri-State Area.
For more information call: 917-887-8710 email: email@example.com
www.july26coalition.org – www.unacuba.org