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Witness for Peace Midwest

Delegates from the Upper Midwest with port workers in Buenaventura, Colombia

Witness for Peace – Midwest works at the grassroots level to promote awareness and activism regarding U.S. policies in Latin America through delegations, speaker tours, and local events and actions.  We work in Kansas, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, and Wisconsin. With our partners in Latin America, we seek to build peace, justice, and sustainable economies for all people.

To contact our Regional Organizer, click here or call  920.421.2269

To make a donation to the Midwest region, click here

Fall 2015 Speaker Tour!
Afro-Indigenous Hondurans in Resistance: U.S. Drug War, Violent Displacement, and Migration
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Meet your Regional Organizer
Learn about Elise Roberts, our Upper-Midwest Regional Organizer
Upcoming Delegation to Cuba: Race, Gender, and Identity
Travel with Elise to Cuba from November 28th - December 8th, 2015!
Upcoming Delegation to Cuba: Education, Arts, and Culture
Travel with Dixie to Cuba from January 10th - 20th, 2016
Upcoming Delegation to Honduras: Women Leading the Way to Justice and Peace
Travel with Lyn to Honduras from February 12 - 22, 2016
Upcoming Delegation to Cuba: Women, Health, and Wellness
Travel with Julie to Cuba from February 28 - March 09, 2016
My Colombia Experience
Beth DuMez, a recent delegate to Colombia, shares her story
Informal Economies: Reflections from a recent delegation to Nicaragua.
Marcia Brox reflects on her recent delegation to Nicaragua, "Free Trade and the Roots of Migration"
Women Leading the Way to Justice and Peace
Amy Price on her recent delegation to Colombia, focused on "Women Leading the Way to Peace and Justice"
International Work Opportunities: Join the WFP Colombia Team!
Join the WFP International Team and work for positive changes in U.S. policy, North-South relationships, and the global economy. Position open in Colombia, starting late January 2016.