While Claiming to Defend Freedom Around the World, the U.S. Has Dozens of Political Prisoners—and the Majority are People of Color

  The US has at least 55 Political Prisoners, mostly people of color. It is a mistake to treat these cases individually. They require a political solution. Amnesty to the ten US political prisoners who were arrested in the Black Lives Matter uprisings! TAKE ACTION–Send an email to the White House!     Originally published…

WEBINAR this Sunday: Reproductive Rights & Health: Comparing the US and Nicaragua

ALLIANCE FOR GLOBAL JUSTICE and MASSACHUSETTS PEACE ACTION invite you to a NICARAGUA WEBINAR ”Reproductive Rights & Health:  Comparing the US and Nicaragua”   Sunday, August 21 3pm Eastern, 1pm Nicaragua, noon Pacific, 8pm Greenwich/UK   REGISTER HERE   Please join us for a 75-minute dialogue with our featured speakers.  Camille Landry will depict current conditions in the…

Venezuela & ALBA News 8.12.2022: Aid Cuba after Disastrous Fire; Cuba on Assange Case; Venezuela’s Recovery and New Imperial Theft of Resources

Cuba Granma: The hypocrisy of the Assange case If WikiLeaks had revealed the war horrors of any other country, Assange would be a hero, not a criminal. Or if any other nation were moving land and sea to secure the extradition of a journalist who revealed civilian deaths, acts of torture and clandestine military operations…

WEBINAR: The Arauca – Colombia & Venezuela: Hybrid War on the Border and Human Rights

Register Now! August 11 at 6pm ET/3pm PT Speakers include: Colombia: Sonia Milena López Tuta, Human Rights DefenderLuis Hernando Alvarez Alvarez, Psychologist, Union and Social Leader.Venezuela: Orlando Zambrano, peasant. National Deputy. Webinar will be in Spanish with English interpretation. Join us on Zoom to access the English interpretation. Since the early hours of March 21, 2021,…

Venezuela & ALBA News 8.5.2022 #410: ALBA Countries Condemn US Provocations against China; Venezuela’s Special Economic Zones

  Vijay Prashad: Latin America’s Fourth Left Wave Since the Cuban Revolution is Social Democratic In the first wave, inspired by the example of the socialist Cuban Revolution, wave after revolutionary wave has flooded Latin America with hope against US imperialism and for a left-wing breakthrough.The first wave was crushed by extreme violence against the…

NicaNotes: A Strange Kind of Dictatorship

By Barbara Larcom (Barbara Larcom is the coordinator of Casa Baltimore Limay, a Baltimore, MD-based friendship project linked with San Juan de Limay, in the Esteli Department of Nicaragua.  With Nan McCurdy, she is also the co-organizer of the monthly Nicaragua Webinars series.  She has visited Nicaragua regularly since 1989.) My government in the United…

Kicking off AfGJ’s Summer Fundraising Campaign – DONATE & SHARE!

We rely on your contributions to sustain this work. Your donations will help us continue building a movement for transformational change For decades, AfGJ has brought together foreign and domestic struggles through popular education, shared infrastructure, human rights accompaniment, and mobilized direct action. We know that the foreign struggles we stand in solidarity with are examples…