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Justice for Berta Cáceres/¡Justicia para Berta Cáceres!

Join our week of action calling on congresspeople, faith organizations, labor organizations, and communities across the U.S. and Latin...
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Ayotzinapa: 3 years without relief

Today, September 26th, 2017, marks the third anniversary of the forced disappearance of 43 students of Ayotzinapa, at the hands of the Mexican State. Today, September 26th, 2017, marks the third anniversary of the death of 3 students and 3 civilians and at least 29...

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The Drug War Unmasked: Mexico’s Love Triangle

by Laura Krasovitzky “The war on drugs has in fact been a strategy to disguise social control and political repression, which serves to prevent and dislocate social unrest produced by displacement.” The quote above is one of many infuriating, yet unsurprising,...

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Pajuiles Resiste: Dignity, Water, and Life

In La Esperanza, Intibucá, Honduras, the hometown of the murdered indigenous, feminist, environmentalist leader Berta Cáceres, a slogan has taken hold in the 18 months since her assassination. “Berta no se murió, se multiplicó.” Berta hasn’t died, she’s multiplied....

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Join WFP as our Communications Intern!

Duties:  Assist in developing social media content (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, etc.) Help maintain and update website Assist in preparing quarterly newsletter, fundraising appeal, annual report and email blasts Regular commitments/meetings: 10-20 hours per...

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