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BY Colombia Action Network | Columbus, GA | 11/16/08
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following call from the Colombia Action Network to demonstrate at the School of the Americas.
BY Michael Graham | Columbus, GA | 12/01/07
25,000 protesters arrived at the gates of Fort Benning, Georgia to participate in the 2007 SOA Watch vigil to close the School of the Americas, Nov. 16 -18.
BY Katrina Plotz | Latin America | 3/19/07
President Bush embarked on a Latin American tour March 8-14 that included stops in Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia, Guatemala and Mexico.
Bush, Imperialism
BY Doug Michel | Columbus, GA | 11/28/06
Nearly 22,000 activists from around the country, gathered Nov. 17 through 20 to protest the School of the Americas (SOA) at Fort Benning, Georgia.
BY Cherrene Horazuk | | 12/01/04
On the same day that George W. Bush declared, "I have earned political capital in the campaign, and I intend to spend it," high-ranking administration officials said that Bush’s second term would bring a refocusing of energies on Latin America.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 7/01/03
Tens of thousands of demonstrators will flood into Miami, Florida during the week of Nov. 18 to protest the Free Trade of the Americas Agreement (FTAA).
BY Adam Price | San Jose, CA | 10/01/02
Today, Argentina's economy is in a deep depression, a legacy of the last ten years of free market economic policies.
BY Colombia Action Network | Washington, D.C. | 9/01/01
On Sept. 29, an important demonstration will take place in Washington D.C. In conjunction with the protests surrounding the meeting of the International Monetary Fund, thousands will raise their voices against U.S. intervention in Latin America and the Caribbean.
BY Brad Sigal | Fort Benning, GA | 12/01/00
en thousand people descended on Fort Benning, Georgia, Nov. 18-19 to shut down the School of the Americas (S.O.A.). Also known as the School of Assassins, the S.O.A. has trained over 60,000 Latin American soldiers in counter-insurgency so they can repress the people in their homelands.
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