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Cuban Poetry Festival Slams US Blockade and Imperialism | News | teleSUR English: Poets from Argentina, Colombia, Brazil, Portugal, and the United States joined the message of Cuban writers and artists who poetically slammed the retrograde nature of U.S. President Donald Trump's administration toward Cuba and, essentially, the world.

Unwilling to succumb to an entirely fatalist perspective, the poets also conveyed poetic messages of cultural unity between the people's of Cuba and the United States. Indeed, Fidel Castro and other Cuban revolutionaries forged close ties and showed solidarity with anti-imperialist activists residing in the behemoth to the north. Among those illustrious figures were Malcolm X, Mabel Williams and Robert Williams, Oscar Lopez Rivera, Leonard Peltier, Randall Robinson and others.

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