Urgent Action to Stop More Illegal Sanctions Against Nicaragua!

2021-04-26
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NO MORE SANCTIONS! Tell the U.S. Senate not to pass the RENACER ACT U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ), Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, is sponsoring a bill that would apply more sanctions against Nicaragua on top of those in the 2018 Nica Act. Menendez is joined by Senate co

Buenaventura: Drug-Trafficking, Armed Conflict and Neoliberal Peace

2021-04-26
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por Eunice Escobar Click here to read in English Buenaventura, el Pacifico colombiano y otras regiones del país continúan sumergidos en una ola de violencia que ha conllevado a nuevos altos índices de confinamiento y desplazamiento interno forzado. El territorio ancestral alrededor de este puerto

Buenaventura: Drug-Trafficking, Armed Conflict and Neoliberal Peace

2021-04-26
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by Eunice Escobar, translated from Spanish original by Adrián Boutureira Para leer el original en español… Buenaventura, the Colombian Pacific and other regions of the country remain submerged in a wave of violence that has led to all-new highs in rates of confinement and forced internal

NATIONAL WEEKEND OF ACTION: US OUT OF HAITI

2021-04-26
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Republished from Popular Resistance. Take The Streets March 27 to 29 To Show Solidarity With Haiti And Demand The United States Stop Interfering. NOTE: For more background on the situation in Haiti, read “Urgent solidarity with Haiti is needed.” March 29 is the anniversary of the 1987 Haitian

Support the Save Oak Flat Act now!

2021-04-26
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In January, AfGJ reported on the threat to Apache sacred land Oak Flat in Arizona, land that has been traded to international corporations and their attempted project Resolution Copper, the largest-projected copper mine in the U.S. These companies, Rio Tinto and BHP, have been deceitful to

Crisis en Buenaventura, Colombia

2021-04-26
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May Day, Buenaventura, Colombia (2019)
Buenaventura, Colombia, tiene el puerto principal de comercio al exterior y la segunda ciudad más grande del próspero estado del Valle del Cauca. Históricamente, el territorio ha sido habitado por afrodescendientes, indígenas, y campesinos. A pesar de la diversidad y riqueza cultural de este