Tomorrow, Thursday, December 10, is Human Rights Day. In an effort to continue to shed awareness on the plight of the Cuban people on the island, a march, both on foot and by car, will be taking place in north Hudson beginning at 4 pm.
According to Julia Molina, the march will begin in West New York at 54th Street and Boulevard East by the Jose Marti statue and continue into Union City, ending at 32nd Street and Bergenline Avenue.
Molina stated, “Let’s unite and give more light to the current situation in Cuba so that the world sees the reality that is living there, and more importantly, our family and friends on the island see that they are not alone.”
Molina went on to say, “We need to let our legislators know we demand change and intervention! We also want to let everyone in Cuba know that they have our full support and that we hear them, see them and stand by them in their fight against repression and the violation of their human rights!”
Attendees are encouraged to bring signs, make noise and bring bullhorns.
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