In 2011, President Obama liberalized travel to Cuba for Cuban-Americans, students and religious travel, and created a new category–People-to-People–that permits ALL U.S. citizens to participate in “educational exchange” programs. But all other travel to Cuba remains illegal.

Congressional delegates opposed to normalization of travel to Cuba continue to work hard to eliminate these small openings.

The Supreme Court determined in the 1950s that, under the Fifth Amendment, U.S. citizens have a right to unrestricted travel. Yet the U.S. government continues to use the 1917 Trading With the Enemy Act to prevent U.S. citizens from traveling to Cuba as they wish.

Help secure YOUR constitutional right for unrestricted travel to Cuba!

What you can do…

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Christopher P. Baker, one of the world's most multi-talented and successful travel writers and photographers has been named by National Geographic as one of the world's foremost authorities on Cuba travel and culture. Winner of the Lowell Thomas Award 2008 as 'Travel Journalist of the Year,' he has authored more than 30 books, leads tours for National Geographic Expeditions, Edelwiss Bike Travel, and Jim Cline Photo Tours, among other companies, and is a Getty Images and National Geographic contributing photographer.