Tuesday November 20, 2018
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BY Tom Burke | Columbus, GA | 12/01/00
"Shut Down the S.O.A.! Shut Down the S.O.A.!" rings in the ears of everyone the 12,000-plus protesters, students, faith activists, and also the sales clerks, waitresses, workers, U.S. and Latin American soldiers at the School of the Americas, Fort Benning, in Columbus, Georgia, Nov. 17-19.
BY Raul Reyes | United States | 10/01/00
I want to say to the people of the U.S. that the Colombian people admire and respect your efforts.
BY staff | United States | 7/01/00
Jessica Sundin, of the Colombia Action Network, led a small delegation of three North American activists to Bogatá in July 2000, to attend a conference responding to U.S. military aid.
BY Jess Sundin | United States | 7/01/00
After months of delays and debates, on Thursday, June 22, the Senate voted 95-4 to send another $1.3 billion in military aid to Colombia.
BY Alan Dale | Minneapolis, MN | 7/01/00
The Anti-War Committee and the Iraq Peace Action Coalition (IPAC) co-sponsored a May forum entitled, "It's the Oil Stupid: U.S. Intervention in Iraq and Colombia."
BY Zeno Wood | New York, NY | 5/11/00
Some 75 protestors held a spirited demonstration in Manhattan, May 11, demanding Senator Chuck Schumer vote against the $1.7 billion Colombia military aid bill.
BY Carolyn Connelly | New York, NY | 4/02/00
Over the month of February, the newly formed Colombian Action Network organized its first national speaking tour, featuring Amparo Torres, a human rights activist and labor leader from Colombia.
BY Anh Pham | Minneapolis, MN | 4/01/00
Over 70 protesters held banners and signs while chanting, "Hands off Colombia, stop the aid now!" on Saturday, March 11.
BY Jess Sundin | Minneapolis, MN | 2/10/00
In February, Colombian human rights activist, Maria Hernandez will visit several cities across the U.S., to give a first-hand account of the true story behind the U.S. drug war in Colombia.
Colombia, FARC-EP
BY staff | United States | 1/01/00
This is the second part of an interview Fight Back! conducted the with Marco Leon Calarca, a spokesperson for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
Colombia, FARC-EP
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