Eventos y oportunidades para hacer algo con el español en Pgh
viernes, 1 de noviembre de 2013
Day of the Dead / Día de los Muertos
Commemorating the Victims of U.S. Foreign Policy
November 1st and 2nd, is the Day of the Dead or Dia De Los Muertos, a holiday that focuses on remembering family and friends who have died by constructing altars called ofrendas to honor the dead. Today, SOA Watch activists will take this message to Capitol Hill to solemnly and festively honor our ancestors, families, and friends while demanding policies that promote life, not violence.
While we are at the Capitol, we also know that the real power to change the status quo is in the people of the Americas! We encourage you to take the message to your local Day of the Dead events that we must put an end to the death caused by the School of Americas, the endless "Drug War", exploitative "Free Trade Agreements", the militarization of the border, and other policies that have harmed Latin America in the past, continue to harm Latin America in the present, and that will continue to harm Latin America in the future if unaltered. You can easily download and print this Day of the Dead themed flyer to bring to events and to help mobilize your communities for the gathering at Fort Benning in November.
PS: Please consider helping to sponsor Camila's trip to Georgia! To find out more about Camila Leiva, her work in Chile, and her family's history with the SOA click here.
National Mobilizing Call!
The SOA Watch November Coordinating Team is hosting a National Mobilizing Call on November 7th to strengthen our collective efforts for the Vigil.
For more information, including call-in number and times, click here!
Inmigrantes y otros Hispanohablantes - ¿Interesados en ayudar que mas gente pueda llegar a la Vigilia de afuera de la Escuela de Asesinos el 22-24 de noviembre? - Contáctenos al 202-234-3440 o por correo electrónico al email@example.com
The movement to close the SOA is a community, and all ideas are welcome. We appreciate any feedback you might have -- positive or negative. Click here to contact SOA Watch with any questions or concerns. SOA Watch, PO Box 4566, Washington, DC 20017