Janet Roth

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Janet Roth is a New Zealand activist.

NZ Committee to Free the Cuban Five

Circa 2009, the list of Initiating Members and Supporters of the New Zealand Committee to Free the Cuban Five, included Janet Roth, Auckland.[1]

Cuban award

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Auckland, 18 December 2013. In the framework of the event organized by the Friendship with Cuba Association in this city on the eve of the new Anniversary of the Triumph of the Cuban Revolution, this fair recognition was given to a group of prominent New Zealand activists for their constant work on behalf of the cause of the release of the Five Cuban Heroes.

In the emotional occasion, 8 of these activists, fervent defenders of Cuba and fighters for the freedom of the Five, received from the hands of the Ambassador Maria del Carmen Herrera Caseiro the reproduction of the allegorical painting to the Five completed by Cuban painters and a thank you letter on behalf of the Heroes and their families.

This time’s honorees were Janet Roth, Annalucia Vermunt, Mike Treen, Malcolm McAllister, Ina Lawrence, Evaristo Navarrete, Gael Donald and Phillip Speary.[2]

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