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EVENTS.

International

May Day in Havana, Cuba

Participate in international conference: "Women in the Labor Movement." Visit schools, hospitals, childcare centers, workplaces. Learn about Cuban workers and the power of their unions. Meet trade unionists from around the world. April 22-May 6. US/CUBA Labor Exchange, PO Box 39188, Redford, MI 48238. (313) 561-8330.

National

Economy Connection

If the economy has been mystifying you lately, contact Economy Connection, a project of the Union for Radical Political Economics. We can provide a speaker for a political or educational event, or someone to discuss economic questions informally with a few members of your community organization, union, political group or classroom. Our members speak and write about a large number of topics, from various points of view-we will look for someone who is right for you! Call (201) 792-7459; e-mail soapbox@igc.org. For more information about URPE, call the URPE National Office at (203) 777-4605; e-mail URPE@labornet.org; browse www.urpe.org; or write URPE, 37 Howe St., New Haven, CT 06511.

New York

Through Cuban Eyes

Artists, Art, Faith & Culture, February 5- March 12. Through Cuban Eyes is a dream spawned in Canada featuring works by 18 Cuban artists. It is a true partnership that has resulted in an exhibition of integrity, revealing a slice of contemporary Cuban art North Americans are generally unable to witness. Sunday, February 27, 3-6 pm, Benefit for IFCO, with Lucius Walker and guest performers. Suggested donation $5. Wednesday, March 8, 7 pm, Soy Cuba, directed by Mikhail Kalatozov. Free. The Puffin Room, 435 Broome St., New York, NY 10013. For information call (212) 343-2881.

Women's Conference

"From the Other Side of Prosperity: Women Speak Out." Annual Women's History Graduate Program Conference, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville. March 3-4. Free and open to the public. For directions and other information, please call Mary Reynolds at (914) 395-2405, e-mail mreynold@slc.edu or visit www.slc.edu/~grad/womenshistory/whevents.htm.

Radical Walking Tour!!!

Bruce Kayton will be giving a 311/42-hour Radical Walking Tour of Greenwich Village on Saturday, March 25, 1 pm. The tour includes John Reed, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire (89th anniversary), Angela Davis, the Stonewall Riots, the Weather Underground and more. Call (718) 492-0069 for a Spring/Summer 2000 Schedule of 15 different tours.

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