Cuba’s Life Task: Combatting Climate Change


The Seattle/Cuba Friendship Committee, IFCO Pastors for Peace. and Northwest Film Forum present an exclusive Seattle film showing of CUBA’S LIFE TASK – COMBATTING CLIMATE CHANGE. This is an amazing documentary film by Dr. Helen Yaffe, a Scottish economics professor who has become a remarkable international ambassador for Cuba. Her video offers a first hand account of Cuba’s official Tarea Vida climate change program, which is a serious and well-thought effort to confront the huge challenges posed by climate change for a small tropical island nation.

Also on the bill for the evening will be short in-person presentations on the film and about the upcoming IFCO/Pastors for Peace 32nd Caravan to Cuba. (an amazing event in itself). We’ll hapily explain how you can participate in sending desperately needed medicine and other supplies to Cuba.

  • What: Cuba’s Life Task – Combatting Climate Change film (55 minutes)
  • When: 7:30pm, Wednesday, May 17, 2023
  • Where: Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave, Seattle
  • Why: Because Cuba is an amazing country!
  • Ticket prices: $14 General / $10 Student/Child/Senior / $7 NWFF Member

Get tickets:

Co-sponsored by the US Women and Cuba Collaboration, Party for Socialism and Liberation Seattle, ANSWER Seattle, Socialist Workers Party

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