BY Peace Delegation of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army | Colombia | 2/21/13
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following Feb. 10 statement from the Peace Delegation of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army (FARC-EP).
BY staff | Colombia | 9/09/12
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army (FARC-EP) have chosen Ricardo Palmera as one of their negotiators for Colombian peace talks.
BY Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) | Colombia | 7/16/12
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following press statement from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
BY Tom Burke | Colombia | 3/06/12
Colombian political prisoner Liliany “Lily” Obando is now free, released on bond from prison where she spent over three and one-half years on charges of “rebellion”.
BY Chris Manor | Salt Lake City, UT | 6/02/11
A group of students and anti-war activists protested a visit by Alvaro Uribe - Colombia’s former president here May 26.
BY James Brittain | US | 11/28/10
American sociologist James Brittain provides a critical analysis of the FARC's history and its designation by the US State Department as a "Terrorist Organization."
BY Joshua West | Orem, UT | 11/16/10
Orem, UT - Tom Burke from the National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera spoke to students at Utah Valley University, Oct. 27. The event, sponsored by the Revolutionary Students Union, brought in many students wanting to know more about the U.S.-held Colombian political prisoner, Ricardo Palmera and the situation in Colombia.
BY Maureen Murphy | New York, NY | 11/10/10
More than 150 movement leaders and concerned individuals packed a standing room-only hall at Saint Mark's Church in the Bowery on Nov. 6 for the first national meeting of the Committee to Stop FBI Repression.
BY Kas Schwerdtfeger | Milwaukee, WI | 11/02/10
Colombia Action Network organizer Tom Burke came here Oct. 28 to speak about U.S. intervention in Colombia. Burke, who was served a Grand Jury subpoena in the FBI activist raids in late September, made strong observations on people’s movements both in the U.S. and Colombia.
BY staff | Colombia | 9/21/10
Fight Back! is circulating following two statements from Colombian political prisoners at the infamous U.S.-designed La Tramacúa in Valledupar, Colombia.