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February 2-11, 2024

About the Delegation

Learn firsthand the African diaspora’s experience in Cuba, a country with a political system built around human needs above profit. How do Cubans, a Black-majority country, approach environmental protection, religious syncretism, housing rights, and healthcare? What is the role of historic and contemporary abolitionist practices in their quest to eradicate racism? What challenges remain to build an equitable society, especially under the yoke of 60 years of the US Blockade? What do these lessons mean for the struggle for black liberation in the U.S.?

Ground cost: $2,400 + $100 visa fee (sliding scale prices and fundraising support available)

The delegation fee covers all in-country expenses (lodging, travel, meals, interpretation, etc.) along with pre-travel resources, reading lists, and support. The delegation fee also covers our international team’s expenses for delegation preparation and coordination. Any amount paid over the delegation fee will go to support sliding scales, helping to ensure the delegations are more accessible to everyone. A delegation payment of $2000 or more is ideal to cover all of your expenses and the broader delegation needs-- please pay this amount if you have institutional support or other financial resources.

Sliding Scale: $1,800-$2,400

Sliding scale requests are a part of the application process. Apply below today! 

Delegation dates: February 2-11, 2024 

Deposit: $300 deposit due November 18th, 2023 along with the application. Full payment is due on January 2, 2024

Vaccination Policy: We require that all delegates be fully vaccinated and we ask that you please get your booster shot. Read our full vaccination policy here

Refund policy: Read our full refund policy here

Applications now closed

Your Ground Costs for a Solidarity Collective Delegation include almost everything in the 10 day journey

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Minneapolis, MN 55437

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For more details, please contact: 

Devon at


Costs and Funding

  • Pre-departure orientation

  • Ground transportation

  • Comfortable hotel and community homestay accommodations

  • Three daily meals and snacks

  • Popular education workshops

  • Spanish-English interpretation

  • Basic tips for drivers, and hotel staff

  • Honoraria for local organizations and presenters

  • Experienced U.S.-based activists to accompany the delegation as Coordinators

Ground Costs do not cover:

  • International airfare 

  • Souvenirs and gifts 

  • Extra tips - we give a group tip to our guide and driver at the end of the journey

  • Teachers and Literacy Campaigners: who will tell us about the right to free education from daycare through university, about literacy campaigns in Cuba and across the world

  • Popular educators and journalists: at the MLK Centre, a hub for pedagogical resources and training

  • Cultural workers: musicians, visual artists, dancers, print-makers, and we will visit galleries, museums, public parks and memorials

  • Medical students and practitioners: who ensure the right to healthcare that is free and universal, practice medical solidarity across 40+ countries, training students from the Global South and working-class USA and lead in biopharmaceutical production

  • Residents: who have benefited from efforts to eradicate homelessness and segregation, and to build dignified housing and the subsidised transportation, electricity and telecommunications necessary in city and rural life

  • People’s historians:who accompany the Cuban people in the fight for self-determination and sovereignty in the face of the colonial legacies, the US Blockade and military occupation of Guantanamo Bay

Delegation participants will meet with:

2024 Ground Costs: $2,400

We provide support and resources for your fundraising.


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devon (they/them)

Devon (they/them) is a community organizer and tech worker from the Bronx. They've focused on of tenant organizing, use of public land, and mutual aid & self-defense for queer/trans folks. Currently, Devon is building capacity for international solidarity through art-based political education.

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