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Solidaridad de Trabajadores Cubanos Collection

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Solidaridad de Trabajadores Cubanos Collection | University of Miami Cuban Heritage Collection

By Esperanza B. de Varona, April 1996. Updated by María R. Estorino, September, 2003

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Title: Solidaridad de Trabajadores Cubanos CollectionAdd to your cart.

ID: CHC0501

Creator: Solaridad de Trabajadores Cubanos

Extent: 1.0 Boxes

Arrangement: Box Folder Folder Title 1.  Declaración de Montecristi 2.  Declaración de Principios = Declaration of Principles 3.  Pamphlets 4. Periodicals: Desafíos, Vol. 1, nos. 1-3 5.  Desafíos, Vol. 2, nos. 4-6 6  Desafíos, Vol. 2, nos 7-8 7  Periodicals: Solidaridad. STC Posters transferred to the Cuban Exile Poster Collection Montecristi. 1895-1995. 100 Años de Lucha por la Nación Cubana. C.M.T. C.L.A.T. March 25, 1995 Buscamos la Libertad. C.M.T. C.L.A.T. Todos juntos para reconstruir Cuba. C.M.T. C.L.A.T. <span style="font-size: 12px;">Por Cuba y los trabajadores. 1996. Por la Soberania a Independencia Nacional. C.M.T. C.L.A.T.</span>

Languages: Spanish;Castilian

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Solidaridad de Trabajadores Cubanos Collection consists of pamphlets and periodicals published by this organization as well as its declaration of principles and the "Declaración de Montecristi." The posters that originally formed part of this collection have been transferred to the Cuban Exile Poster Collection.

Biographical Note

The Solidaridad de Trabajadores Cubanos (STC) is a Cuban-exile organization which represents and protects the rights of Cuban workers. It has coordinated efforts with other organizations such as the Movimiento de los Trabajadores, Confederación de Trabajadores de Cuba (CTC), guilds, and associations. The STC is not affiliated or dependent on any political entity.

The STC supports Cuban workers who do not favor the Marxist-Leninist system imposed and directed by the communist state. The STC is also the voice of the workers who are not in favor with the officially-endorsed CTC, which implement the objectives determined by the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party.

The STC originated from the working youth who were part of a new generation of syndicate and guild leaders who fought against the dictatorship of Batista for the establishment of a constitutional and democratic government. One of the STC’s predecessor was Frente Humanista which was formed by leaders who rose from the revolutionary struggle of the Cuban working class. Their revolutionary ideals conflicted with those of the Cuban Communist Party. As a result of this confrontation hundreds of revolutionaries who opposed Castro’s regime were imprisoned. More than one million Cuban workers were assassinated against firing walls, in the streets, in the mountains and in exile.

The stated principles of the STC are the following: for the liberty and the real democracy, that is form of government, political system and social living; against all types of dictatorships and of repression: for the social justice and the popular participation; against the exploitation, marginalization and the misery: for the independence and national sovereignty; and against all types of domination and external dependence.

The STC identifies itself as an organization outside Cuba with an assembly of Cuban workers who accept its principles and objectives and are dedicated to realizing them. The STC struggles for the integration of Cuba’s economy, society, culture, and politics. The STC has its headquarters in Caracas, Venezuela, but is supported by Cuban exiles throughout the world.

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Solidaridad de Trabajadores Cubanos (Organization)

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: This collection is unrestricted.

Use Restrictions: Requests to publish or display materials from this collection require written permission from the rights owner. Please, contact chc@miami.edu for more information.

Preferred Citation: Solidaridad de Trabajadores Cubanos Collection, Cuban Heritage Collection, University of Miami Libraries, Coral Gables, Florida

Processing Information:

Esperanza B. de Varona, April 1996. Updated by María R. Estorino, September, 2003 Encoded by: Giselle Fernandez, October 2003

Retrospectively converted from HTML to EAD XML September, 2008 by Lyn MacCorkle and Kyle Rimkus based on a crosswalk by María Estorino.

Finding Aid Revision History: Revisions to the collection-level record made by Beata Bergen, June 2009. Container list added from Legacy PDF container list, February 2014.


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