Many voices beside IFCO/Pastors for Peace are calling for a change in US policy toward Cuba.

Here are just a few:

Religious leaders press Obama on high-level dialogue with Cuba

Group also presses for easing of travel restrictions, other measures
May 19, 2014
A group of U.S. religious leaders ― representing 16 denominations and faith traditions ― is asking President Barack Obama to take a number of actions to improve relations between the United States and Cuban governments.
The 16 leaders from a variety of Christian traditions appealed to the president to:
  • Open high-level dialogue to address “a wide range of issues”;
  • Permit more “people-to-people” travel from the U.S. to Cuba;
  • Remove Cuba from the “State Sponsors of Terrorism” list of the U.S. government; and
  • Permit U.S. citizens to support Cuba’s burgeoning small business and cooperatives sector prompted by recent economic reforms in the island nation.
read one of many reports of this letter: sign IFCO's petition based on this letter


CUBA CENTRAL Newsblast: Lots – we mean LOTS – of polling on Cuba!

June 13, 2014 |
If foreign policy issues turned less on how politicians calculated their domestic political interests and more on how public servants weighed the national interest, U.S. policy toward Cuba would have changed long ago. (read more)