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We are Embargo-ites! We fight Washington to End the Cuba Embargo! Tear Down This Wall!

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It’s been 56 years, 12 Presidents. The Cuban People aren’t Terrorist! The People of Cuba love Americans. Ending the Cuba Embargo will be our Generation’s Line in the Sand. 352 more words

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The Cuban embargo: All or nothing? Or interaction and engagement?

The following interview with Mario Díaz-Balart, the Republican congressman from Miami, illuminates the debate over removing the U.S. embargo on Cuba. This is a very tough issue.   6,531 more words

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Looking Back: #EmbargoTalk

The staff of MLEC’s The Harbinger engaged readers on Twitter and provoked a discussion about the 50-year-old US embargo on Cuba. Below (linked) are only some of the hundreds of tweets the flooded the Twittersphere last night and made #EmbargoTalk a national trending topic.

http://storify.com/FlaviaCuervo/embargotalk

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Last Night's Twitter Chat was a big success!

Looking Back: #EmbargoTalk

The staff of MLEC’s The Harbinger engaged readers on Twitter and provoked a discussion about the 50-year-old US embargo on Cuba. Below (linked) are only some of the hundreds of tweets the flooded the Twittersphere last night and made #EmbargoTalk a national trending topic.

http://storify.com/FlaviaCuervo/embargotalk

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The Habinger’s #EmbargoTalk Video

On February 19th, The Harbinger hosted  #EmbargoTalk, a “Twitter talk” in which staff members engaged with the community to discuss the Cuban embargo. Linked below is the video produced by the Harbinger to promote the talk:

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Fifty Years Later with Nothing Accomplished: Why We Should Lift the Cuban Embargo by Amanda Delgado

In 1962, President Kennedy signed Proclamation 3447, which established the embargo against Cuba to reduce “the threat posed by its alignment with the communist powers,” in response to the confiscation of American property in Cuba under Castro’s newly installed rule. 543 more words

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Lifting the Cuban Embargo May Have Counterproductive Results By Christopher Romero (Guest Writer)

In the wake of the Cuban Revolution, the United States was prepared to acknowledge the new regime in Cuba. This quickly changed as it came to fear the spread of communism across Latin America as it did in Southeast Asia. 1,043 more words

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