#TheShowMustBePaused so we've postponed this week's event with chef Louie Estrada

In light of the recent unrest in the United States following the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbury, and so many who came before them, Startup Cuba will be taking part in #TheShowMustBePaused as part of Blackout Tuesday, an initiative led by two black women in the music industry.

As a result, we are postponing Tuesday evening’s event with Chef Louie Estrada.  If you’ve registered for this event, your registration will forward to the new date, Tuesday, June 9th at 4pm EST.

It is important that we all take the day to stand with the black community and reflect on the work we can do to amplify the voices and ideas that can lead to a more just society.

Related Post: Question of the Week: Have you participated in any protests?

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