We are proud of all that our movement has accomplished in 2022, and we are excited for the work ahead in 2023.
2022 marked the 60th anniversary of the illegal, inhumane US blockade and was another year of unprecedented violence against Cuba. The ever-resilient, revolutionary Cuban people persisted, despite increased economic crises from the war in Ukraine; the tragic Hotel Saratoga explosion, the Matanzas oil fire, and Hurricane Ian. Again, the people prevailed, despite ongoing hostility from the Biden administration.
But 2022 was also a year of great accomplishment. We saw revolutionary developments in our solidarity work. In Cuba, amendments to the constitution ushered in a new Family Code. A more intergenerational movement to end the blockade was evidenced through several brigades to the island, and campaigns launched in alignment with the will of the people. Together, we will continue to defend the Cuban Revolution, and tomorrow, January 1st, will mark the 64th anniversary of its triumph.