NicaNotes: Guest Post: Nicaragua Grabbed My Heart

By Diana Bohn Diana Bohn is a long-time Nicaragua activist in California’s Bay Area and she is a former chair of the board of the Alliance for Global Justice. I’m responding to Chuck’s request for contributions from others whose lives were changed by their first visit to Nicaragua. I, too, had my heart grabbed by…

Week of Action: Stand with the Honduran People Against Dictatorship

Action Week: January 22 – 27 2018 On January 27th, the illegitimate presidency of Juan Orlando Hernandez is scheduled to be inaugurated in Honduras. The Honduran people continue to make it clear that they will not accept the imposition of Hernandez and they reject the “official” fraudulent November 26 election results that claim his victory.  Massive protests continue and…

Register Now! Venezuela Webinar: “Findings on the Humanitarian Situation in Venezuela and the Effects of International Sanctions”

Venezuela Monthly Webinar Series

This series of one-hour webinars on the last Tuesday of each month features scholars, Venezuela government officials, writers, solidarity activists and others with firsthand knowledge of Venezuela and US-Venezuela relations. Venezuela remains a top target of US “regime change” strategies and will remain so no matter who is elected president in November. These webinars are designed to inform and…

Nicanotes: Fr. Joe Mulligan: Revolutionary Priest

By John Kotula “But the poor person does not exist as an inescapable fact of destiny. His or her existence is not politically neutral, and it is not ethically innocent. The poor are a by-product of the system in which we live and for which we are responsible. They are marginalized by our social and…