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From November 21-23, the annual November vigil to close the SOA/WHINSEC at the gates of Fort Benning will follow the election of President Barack Obama by two weeks. It will be an opportunity for the progressive movement to set an agenda for a new direction in U.S.-Latin America foreign policy.
Posted: November 21st, 2008 under Colombia, Colombian Blood Coal, Cuba, Drugs, Economic Violence, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Military Bases, Recruitment, School of Americas, US.
Fridays at 7pm at Conserver House – 180 St. John St. Free films and popcorn! Donations welcomed. On Friday, February 8, Cinema Politica presents The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil. It’s a story of their dedication to independence and triumph over adversity, and a story of cooperation and hope. Several Cubans expressed [...]
Cuban President Fidel Castro on Wednesday reflected on the six long years since the painful September 11 episode in the US, about which it is known there has been deliberate disinformation.
Fidel Castro: Commercial advertising and consumerism are incompatible with the survival of the species. After all possible calculations, you will realize that natural resources, space, climate, weather, and the system cannot yield any other outcome, given their pace and the direction in which they are moving.