BY Brad Sigal | San Salvador, El Salvador | 8/01/11
On July 30 more than 2000 people marched here to commemorate the 36th anniversary of a massacre of Salvadoran students on July 30, 1975.
BY Brad Sigal | | 6/05/09
San Salvador, El Salvador - In an historic day here, June 1, Mauricio Funes and Salvador Sanchez Ceren were sworn in as the new president and vice-president of El Salvador.
BY Brad Sigal | | 3/28/09
St. Paul, MN - The Salvadoran community and supporters gathered here on the evening of March 15 to watch election results and celebrate a historic victory for the left in El Salvador.
In recent months the U.S. Department of Justice has sent threatening letters to the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES), which works in solidarity with grassroots social justice movements and the left in El Salvador.
BY Daniel Santos | | 7/11/07
San Salvador, El Salvador - About 20,000 people marched in San Salvador on Saturday, July 7 protesting against the arrest and detention of 13 political activists in Suchitoto, a town in El Salvador’s rural department of Cuzcatlán.
BY Cherrene Horazuk | | 12/01/04
Less than a week after the U.S. elections, labor leader Gilberto Soto was assassinated in Usulutan, El Salvador.
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 Meredith Aby | San Salvador, El Salvador | 8/01/01
Participants from over twenty countries met here for the International Gathering in Solidarity and for Peace in Colombia and Latin America, July 20-22.