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BY Meredith Aby-Keirstead | United States | 12/31/04
The campaign to boycott ‘Killer Coke’ is spreading across college campuses and communities around the country.
BY Kris Penniston | Madison, WI | 12/31/04
“I watched as they put a bullet into his head,” said Luis Adolfo Cardona, a former worker at a Colombian Coca-Cola bottling plant.
BY Conor McGrady | | 7/10/04
The Colombia Three, Jim Monaghan, Niall Connelly and Martin McCauley, all from Ireland, were recently acquitted after having spent almost three years in prison in Colombia
BY staff | United States | 3/16/04
On Monday, March 15, Coca-Cola union workers in Colombia began a hunger strike in front of the Coke bottling plants in Barrancabermeja, Bogotá, Bucaramanga, Cali, Cartagena, Cúcuta, Medellín and Valledupar.
BY Tom Burke | Barrancabermeja, Colombia | 12/15/03
It is 6:00 a.m. and one thousand oil workers surround the leaders of their union, USO (Union Sindical Obrero de la Industria del Petrolero).
BY Tom Burke | | 12/07/03
Tom Burke, a reporter for Fight Back! conducted the following interview with Agustin Jimenez Cuello, the president of the Committee in Solidarity with Political Prisoners.
BY Tom Burke | United States | 10/01/03
The campaign to boycott ‘Killer Coke’ is spreading fast.
BY Conor McGrady | | 9/05/03
Caitriona Ruane, the national chairperson of the Bring Them Home Campaign in Ireland, was here Sept. 5 to highlight the situation facing the Colombia Three.
BY Tom Burke | United States | 8/01/03
Nine trade unionists at Coca-Cola in Colombia are dead - murdered by paramilitaries with ties to Coca-Cola management.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 5/05/03
More than one hundred people marched here, May 3, to protest the killing of Colombian trade unionists by Coca-Cola's death squads.
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