Whose eyes do you See Racial Injustices from?Not the BLACK CUBANS
Voted NO on keeping Cuba travel ban until political prisoners released.
Stop enforcing travel restrictions on US citizens to Cuba, only after the president has certified that Cuba has released all political prisoners, and extradited all individuals sought by the US on charges of air piracy, drug trafficking and murder.
Bill HR 2590 ; vote number 2001-270 on Jul 25, 2001
Politico reported the subcommittee’s chair, Rep. Ander Crenshaw (R-Fla.), said Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s trip was an “example” of how people could use legal loopholes to travel to Cuba, which has been subject to a strict United States trade embargo since the Kennedy administration.
“I think that if we’re going to say that we have this policy in place that relates to travel in Cuba, that it ought to be enforced, and that becomes a grey area where they’re probably not really following the guidelines,” Crenshaw told Politico.
When do you look at all the CUBANS in America, the so-called “white-Cubans” are just like Caucasians were in the 1960’s, can tell you how you feel about being BLACK & Cuban. The motivation Mr. & Mrs. Carter bought to that countries young people, was successful and it was educational, for everyone involved, media, Americans and Cubans. Motivation is what our youth need,in the United States, Cuba, Jamaica, around the world.
SOULutions to Heal America