Category Archives: Latin America

Buenaventura, Colombia: Where Free Trade Meets Mass Graves

Posted on by Kirsten

“The FTA would deepen the crisis that we are living here because the FTA is synonymous with privatization and privatization is synonymous with unemployment, unemployment is synonymous with poverty and misery and misery is synonymous with loss of autonomy and … Continue reading

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Dispatch #3: Young Worker’s Tour 2011

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Courage In the face of adversity, courage can take many forms. We have seen so much bravery over the last few days… It’s humbling and inspiring. On Saturday, we met with Tirza and Guillermo, two lawyers from

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Dispatch #2: Young Worker’s Tour 2011

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The Young Workers’ delegation arrived today in San Pedro Sula, and began meetings by traveling to El Progreso and meeting with a member of the Radio Progreso team. Radio Progreso was a beacon during those dark days of the coup… … Continue reading

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Dispatch #1: Young Worker’s Tour 2011

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From Sarena Talbot, CoDev Program Assistant, November 30, 2011 The Young Worker’s tour is off to a great start. We are currently in Houston waiting  overnight to fly to San Pedro Sula, Honduras tomorrow morning. We have a wonderful group … Continue reading

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Film Screening of ¡Viva Mexico!

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As a fundraiser for our annual World Community Film Festival (Feb 12-14, 2012) we are inviting you to join us on Nov 24th for a special pre-festival screening of ¡Viva Mexico!

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