Established in 1997,Fundación Amistad is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to fostering better mutual understanding and appreciation between the peoples of the United States and Cuba.
Fundación Amistad is linked to a wide collaborative network of academic, cultural, non-governmental and humanitarian institutions based in Cuba, the United States and internationally. We work very closely with individuals representing broad and diverse interests, along with the U.S. Department of Treasury to continue our frequent travels to Cuba.
Through continual support from our grant providers and funding from your generous donations, Fundación Amistad has been successful in carrying out our mission. We are grateful for all of the support we have received.
Our Mission Statement:To bring Cubans and Americans together in a powerful model of exchange through which they confront common challenges and celebrate each culture's unique qualities. Learn More About Us
What we're involved in.
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A Vision of Cuban Cities→
Modern Cuba: Interiors and Architecture of the Twentieth Century→
People to People Travel to Cuba, The Splendor of Cuba Theme→
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Our recent news.
Rarely does one encounter such a revelatory exhibition as “Things That Cannot Be Seen Any Other Way: The ...read more →
For more info and to RSVP: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/liberty-as-heresy-why-one-writes-a-novel-a-lecture-by-leonardo-padura-tickets-10105960199?aff=efbbt FIU's website: http://cri.fiu.edu/events/2014/liberty-as-heresy/read more →
FIU’s Frost, Cernuda mount remarkable exhibitions of Afro-Cuban artist Manuel Mendive’s 50 years of work – Miami Herald
BY GEORGE FISHMAN INFO@QRARTGUIDE.COM A five-decades-long trade embargo between the United States and Cuba has both suppressed and ...read more →