The Cuban Memorial will
demonstrate in front of the Cuban Interests Section of Fidel Castro’s
dictatorship in Washington, D.C.
Miami, FL Feb 12, 2006- The Cuban Memorial Organizing Committee
announced today that friends of the Cuban Memorial will demonstrate this
year in front of the Cuban Interests Section in Washington, D.C. The
demonstration will serve to remind the Cuban Regime of its moral and de
facto responsibility for the more than 10,000 victims it has caused in
the past 5 decades.
A banner containing a panoramic view of the more than 10,000 crosses
bearing the names of the victims which make up the Cuban Memorial will
be on displayed before the Cuban Interests Section of the Embassy of
For the past 4 years The Cuban Memorial constitutes a fervent effort by
the Cuban exile community to remember and pay tribute to all who made
the ultimate sacrifice for a free Cuba. During the event a list
containing the names, dates of death and place in which they were
assassinated will be given to the representatives of the Cuban Interest
We encourage all Cubans and friends of the Cuban cause who live in the
Washington, D.C. area and its surrounding states to join us next
February 25, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. in front of the Cuban Interests Section
of the Embassy of Switzerland (2630 16th Street, NW, Washington, D.C.).
This event will take place in solidarity with the Cuban Memorial’s main
event in Miami’s Tamiami Park (SW 112 Ave and Coral Way) at 5:00 p.m.
For information please contact César Alarcón at (443) 744-1352 or email
"The Cuban Memorial: A nation united in grief"
The Cuban Memorial Organizing Committee
* Click the following link to view the full-size banner:
February 15, 2006