In November 2019, a delegation of 50 organizers from the U.S. attended the Anti-Imperialist Encounter in Cuba. Delegation members were all members of both the Movement for Black Lives as well as the “It Takes Roots” an alliance of national alliances that includes: The Climate Justice Alliance (CJA), The Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), Right to the City Alliance (RTTC), and the Grassroots Global Justice Alliance (GGJ). Many members of GGJ are also members of the U.S. chapter of the World March of Women. All members of the delegation represent various fields of political work within the U.S. ranging from environmental justice, Indigenous sovereignty, anti-militarism, economic justice, housing rights, Black liberation and grassroots feminism. For many delegation members it was their first time in Cuba, an opportunity to learn first-hand from a country where a revolution against tyranny, capitalism and imperialism was successful. It was also an opportunity for members of the U.S. chapter of the WMW to meet with members of WMW chapters throughout the Americas. All WMW members present at the Anti-Imperialist Encounter took advantage of the opportunity to meet together in an exchange about the feminist struggles in our various countries. We confirmed that a uniting theme between all of the WMW chapters is the straggle to transition from capitalism to a feminist economy (while we may still use various terminologies to describe this concept). It was also an opportunity to discuss and coordinate the 2020 year of feminist actions under the slogan: We Resist to Live! We March to Transform!