Thursday, April 29, 2004

Aid to Cuba

Marvin Olasky:

What if an army of compassion would enlist to bring in medicine or milk? Cubans would be helped, and such an approach would also contribute to the building of civil society. Churches and other non-governmental organizations that now distribute milk are learning to take action outside of government control by working with each other and developing new connections in their communities. In essence, they are preparing for a democratic transition in Cuba, helping new centers of governance to emerge alongside the tottering offices of the old.

The United States now offers humanitarian visas to those bringing in desperately needed items; that opportunity should be greatly advertised and promoted.


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