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New Trips to Cuba
For members of the Cuba-America Jewish Mission

For more information contact cajmorg@gmailcom

Schedule of Travels to Cuba on Jewish Missions

Learn about life in this Caribbean country

Explore the many-faceted cities and countryside

Strengthen the ties between American and Cuban Jewry

Make friendships to last a lifetime


Travel to Cuba with a Jewish Group

Contact the following organizations for more information:

The CubaAmerica Jewish Mission

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All trips comply with U.S. restrictions on travel to Cuba

Here’s What Others Have Experienced!
"It was not a dream. It was an intensely felt experience of being a little part of an ongoing miracle, the rebirth of an old community."
"Probably, our greatest contribution was to demonstrate that American Jewry cares about them"

For More Details

B'nai B'rith:

Contact the Pittsburg office of B'nai B'rith.
B'nai B'rith AOV Chapter 1831 Murray Avenue, Suite 208
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Ph (412) 521-1358

For Medical Personnel:

Carribean Medical Transport



May, 2000: AJB and Sponsors Went to Cuba

The American Jewish Ballet Company presented a special program in Cuba at the end of May, 2000 The AJB presents ballets based on Jewish themes, both Biblical and modern including a Holocaust piece called "Remembrance."    

In addition to performing for the Jewish community, AJB presented its program at El Gran Teatro de la Habana,  and in Teatro Caridad in Santa Clara.  The performances allowed the Jewish population to interact with Jewish themes from a different perspective than in the past, one that was particularly useful for those in the community with limited Jewish cultural or religious background.  In addition, this was a golden opportunity to bring a new awareness of Jewish life to the non-Jewish population of Cuba and to Cuba's visiting tourists.


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