Washington, DC - The Cuba Study Group today issued the following statement on the 6th anniversary of the Cuban government crackdown that resulted in the incarceration of 75 peaceful democracy advocates:

"The Cuba Study Group calls on the Cuban government to immediately release the remaining 54 peaceful democracy advocates who were unjustly imprisoned in the spring of 2003 and who remain subjected to inhumane conditions and treatment in Cuban jails. The immediate release of these democracy advocates would represent an important step by Cuban leaders and open new possibilities for the relationship between Cuba and the United States."


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3/31/09 Lawmakers push to open travel to Cuba
3/31/09 Supporters rally in Miami for Cuban hunger striker
3/30/09 Momentum Grows for Relaxing Cuba Policy
3/30/09 Cuba boosts retirement age as population goes gray
3/30/09 Fidel Castro criticizes Biden for embargo support
3/28/09 Biden says U.S. does not plan to lift Cuba embargo
3/27/09 Raul Castro presided over State Security anniversary
3/27/09 Independent journalists detained after FIU videoconference
3/27/09 Cubans embrace easier rules for visits to family
3/27/09 Brave souls from Cuba plan to meet
3/26/09 Cubans' hunger strike a desperate bid for justice, attention
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3/25/09 Courting Castro
3/25/09 Dissidents ask to be imprisoned in show of solidarity
3/23/09 Cuba: US embargo 'still standing' despite new law
3/23/09 Feds: FL law interferes with regulations for Cuba
3/23/09 Executives at Miami conference forecast growing trade with Cuba
3/23/09 Money questions fuel exile-dissident rift
3/23/09 Venezuelan president questions Cuba's exclusion from Americas Summit
3/20/09 Cuban dissidents' wives denounce harassment
3/20/09 Freed Cuban dissident arrives in Miami from Mexico
3/19/09 Alleged plot against Raul Castro draws skepticism
3/19/09 Cuba says willing to discuss human rights with EU
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3/19/09 Cuba FM: Power shake-up won't alter foreign policy
3/19/09 Costa Rica reopens formal relations with Cuba
3/19/09 50-Year Streak Ends as Cuba Fails to Reach Final
3/19/09 We think: President Obama making gains in archaic policy with Cuba
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3/18/09 Current Record
3/18/09 Rationale for Cuba embargo strong as ever
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3/17/09 Brazil president calls on US to end Cuba embargo
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3/12/09 Washington Fines Company for Commercial Ties with Cuba
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3/10/09 Congress eases trade and travel to Cuba
3/10/09 Congress votes to ease Cuba travel restrictions
3/10/09 Treasury seeks to clear Cuba hurdle in bill-US senator
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3/10/09 U.S. fugitives in Cuba wary of closer ties that could lead to deportation
3/10/09 New foreign minister expected to set new tone
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3/9/09 Cuba's economic power shift strengthens Raul Castro's bid for change
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3/3/09 Dominican president arrives in Havana
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3/2/09 Analysis: Cuba waiting and watching Obama
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