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Black Lives Matter praised Cuba’s “alternative model of social development based on the principles of equality and solidarity” while promoting an event the group co-hosted with Venceremos Brigade — an extreme communist front group founded in 1969 by Cuban dictator Fidel Castro and run by the Cuban intelligence service. The Black Lives Matter (BLM) Twitter account publicized the event in a January 19th, 2015 post highlighting how activist Monica Dennis was “representing #blacklivesmatter and bridging connections between Cuba and U.S. anti-blackness.” The group co-hosting — Venceremos Brigade — is a known communist front operation founded in 1969 by Cuban dictator Fidel Castro and run by the Cuban intelligence service. BLM leaders even appear to have taken a trip to the country with the front group, raising questions as to the levels of foreign interference in U.S. domestic politics over the past several decades at the hands of far-left, foreign government funded, communist factions.

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