President Nicolas Maduro visited a cathedral in Harlem, New York in a show of love and solidarity with Latinx communities, allies, and Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel.
“We have been a victim of the anonymous imperialist aggression, however today on Sept. 26, 2018, I can tell you that the Bolivarian revolution is standing alive and victorious,” Maduro said.
“The U.S. doesn’t care about democracy. If it did, it wouldn’t threaten democratic countries with military intervention,” the Bolivarian president told the diverse crowd of listeners.
Taking the Harlem stage in Riverside Manhattan, President Diaz-Canel said, “Cuba is not a large or powerful country, not rich in resources, but it is rich in solidarity to its people.
“Fidel Castro showed us that cooperating with other exploited counties was always a political principle and a duty of revolutionaries and humanity.
“This is the commitment of those who have suffered and still continue to suffer injustice and exclusion as a result of colonialism, neo-liberalism, imperialism, and racism,” Diaz-Canel said.