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“I will die the way I lived” Antonio Guerrero, one of the Cuban Five political prisoners unjustly imprisoned in the US

All these images have one thing in common: they were memories of the unjust and cruel treatment given to us since the very first day of our detention.”

Regla De Oro – Art Gallery & Fair Trade Gifts
2743 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis
Free parking on street and in Greenleaf Building lot

Exhibit runs February 4–28
Tuesday–Friday, 12pm–7pm
Saturday, 11am–7pmSunday, 11am– 4pm

Opening Reception
Friday, February 7, 6pm–8pm

Celebration of the scheduled release of Fernando González
Friday, February 28, 6pm–8 pm

The Cuban Five are Cuban patriots who were monitoring the terrorist activities of anti-Cuban exiles in Miami. These groups had already carried out deadly attacks against Cuba and were planning more. Instead of investigating these illegal exile activities, on September 12, 1998, the FBI arrested the Five. In a trial in Miami marked by what a federal appeals panel called a “perfect storm” of prejudice, the Five were convicted and given sentences that ranged from 15 years to two life terms.

Sponsored by Regla De Oro and the Minnesota Cuba Committee
www.regladeoro.com, 612-866-1247 www.minnesotacubacommittee.org, 612-378-7134

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