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COMMON DREAMS: Food crisis in Mexico is linked to U.S. policies, bodes for increased immigration
August 12th, 2008
Witness for Peace's Mexico-based International Team analyzes the U.S. policies at the root of Mexico's food crisis.
I Never Had a Better Cup
by John Kotula
The Providence Journal
July 25th, 2008
WFP delegate reports on his experience on the 25th anniversary delegation to Colombia and Washington, DC.
BOSTON GLOBE: Past is perfect - for U.S. corporations
July 16th, 2008
A letter to the editor regarding the Colombia Free Trade Agreement by Witness for Peace supporter Avi Chomsky.
Colombia Trip Opened Eyes of Two Lynn Labor Activists
by David Liscio
The Daily Item
July 3rd, 2008
WFP delegates from Lynn, MA share their experiences.
Local Woman Going to Latin America with Peace Group
Robeson Journal and The News Reporter
Local press coverage of WFP 25th anniversary delegate Nancy Mills from North Carolina
NACLA REPORT ON THE AMERICAS: Keeping trade fair in Mexico
March 26th, 2006
An opinion editorial by Hope Bastian of the Mexico-based International Team.
U.S. NEWSWIRE: Coalition denounces CAFTA approval
July 28th, 2005
Witness for Peace and other solidarity groups pledge to continue the fight against the implementation of the unjust free trade agreement.
U.S. NEWSWIRE: Grassroots CAFTA opponents mobilize for final vote
July 27th, 2005
Witness for Peace activists oppose free trade agreements between the United States and Central America.
COMMON DREAMS: In the war on Cuba, truth dies first
May 11th, 2005
An opinion editorial by Witness for Peace International Team member Martin Hooper.
NJ.COM: Face to face with another world
A delegation of students from the College of New Jersey travels to Nicaragua to understand the effects of U.S. foreign policy on the region.
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Immigration Reform Has Never Been More Urgent
Celebrate Victory: Pedro is Home
Victory for Martha!
Open Letter: Restore Civil Liberties and Protect Human Rights in Honduras
Letter to the U.S. Ambassador to Colombia: Close the SOA
Caught amid conflict and police aggression, Colombia’s Cauca is in crisis
FACT SHEET: the Winners and Losers of Free Trade Zones
VIDEOS: Nicaraguan Women's Stories of Migration
DOCUMENTARY SERIES: Faces of Migration
FACT SHEET: The U.S. and the Coup in Honduras
In the Media
Padres de Ayotzinapa difunden en EE.UU. su lucha para evitar su olvido (Spanish)
Coca-Cola’s new bottling plant threatens workers’ rights in Colombia
Colombia: Displaced Wounaan Look for Government Support in Guaranteeing Safety
Colombia under fire: 400 displaced following military offensive on FARC rebels in Cauca
Coca Cola Workers in Colombia, 20 Year Temps, & Fighting Back Against Fast Track's More of the Same (John Walsh on Labor Radio)