Meet the 19th Pastors for Peace Caravan to Cuba
Friday June 20, 2008 will be in Detroit, Michigan
REV. THOMAS E. SMITH
Rev. Thomas E. Smith will share his important perspective on why the
Caravan challenges an unjust law that asks us to hate our neighbor. Rev.
Smith, a veteran caravan organizer to Cuba and Chiapas, Mexico. He
currently serves as the Pastor
of the Monumental Baptist Church of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Detroit is one of 125 cities the 19th US-Cuba Friendshipment Caravan
will visit while travel on 15 different routes to US and Canada. We
will travel in school buses, trucks, cars and a bookmobile to Cuba via
Mexico with medical and educational supplies donated by groups across
the US and Canada as a collective challenge to the US government’s
Inhuman and internationally condemned blockade of Cuba. Five buses will
be named in honor of the Five Cuban patriots who are nearing their 10th
year of unjust incarceration in U.S. jails.
Friday June 20 at 6 P.M. PotLuck 7 P.M. start the Program
Central United Methodist Church
23 E. Adams corner with Woodward, Detroit, Michigan
Detroit Justice for Cuba,- Michigan Welfare Rigths Organitation.-US Cuba
Labor Exchange,-MECAWI, Detroit MLK Committe
For more information ;
313 587 9285 - Laborexchange@aol.com - P.O. Box 39188 Reford, MI 48239