According to a statement, the group will participate in the motorcade of cars and bicycles that will depart tomorrow from Harlem, one of the most humble New York neighborhoods.
This is the manner in which they will join the initiative promoted by the ‘Puentes de Amor’ project and the global call to stop the coercive measures against Cuba, just three days before the UN General Assembly addresses the draft resolution that calls for the end of the US blockade.
It is precisely on June 23rd, after the vote at the General Assembly, that the Cuba Sí New York-New Jersey Coalition will hold a demonstration of solidarity in front of the headquarters of Cuba’s mission to the United Nations, in Manhattan.
The call also highlights how the US Government has maintained its economic and political aggression for several decades with the aim of suffocating the island.
The hostility, they add, deepened during the Donald Trump administration and continues under the current leadership of Joe Biden, despite the Covid-19 pandemic and Biden’s promises during his electoral campaign.