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Alliance for Global Justice strongly condemns the attempted military coup in Bolivia and commends the Arce Administration for its swift action to restore popular democracy

Alliance for Global Justice congratulates the Arce Administration for its swift action to restore popular democracy in Bolivia just hours after its National Army surrounded the Palacio Quemado with tanks and armored vehicles during a Cabinet meeting, calling for the resignation of the President and the entire Cabinet. The effort was led by Commander Juan…

Interview with José Pimentel, Venezuelan peasant leader and land defender

By William Camacaro, Program Coordinator We had the opportunity to meet with an iconic leader of the Venezuelan campesino movement in the city of San Carlos, Cojedes, Venezuela. José Pimentel is a well-known defender of land rights. For this reason Pimentel has been the target of at least three assassination attempts by large landowners. While…

Talantaña Proposal for Planetary Harmony: Tiwanaku, Bolivia

In February 2024, Indigenous peoples, nations, scientific experts, state authorities and entrepreneurs from South America and globally congregated to declare a shared vision for planetary harmony, as custodians of ancient wisdom and weavers of Allinkay (general wellbeing). Read their statement below. ABYA YALA RESOLUTION No. 001 CUSTODIANS OF ANCIENT WISDOM AND WEAVERS OF ALLINKAY February…

Bolivia: Tiahuanaco, headquarters of the International Meeting of Bearers of Ancestral Knowledge

Traditional doctors, herbalists, naturists, anthropologists, archaeologists, philosophers, priests and ritualists will meet in the historic city of Tiahuanaco within the framework of the First International Meeting of Bearers of Ancestral Knowledge. This event, unique in its kind and organized by the NGO Kuska Cultural Center of Ancestral Wisdoms, will take place on February 9-11 during…

Report-back: Alliance for Global Justice joins Nicaraguans and solidarity movements in celebration of the 44th Anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution

By Natalia Burdyńska Schuurman Last week, Alliance for Global Justice (AFGJ) was among the thousands of Nicaraguan citizens, youth and international delegates present at the 44th Anniversary celebration of the Sandinista Popular Revolution in Managua, Nicaragua. I was honored and ecstatic to be part of this shared space to rejoice in the sustained peace, prosperity…

February 15: Women in Nicaragua Delegation Report-back Webinar!

*español sigue al inglés Black Alliance for Peace, Casa Benjamin Linder and AFGJ, are excited to invite you to the Women in Nicaragua Report-back webinar! From January 7-16, 2023, 22 delegates traveled to Nicaragua to investigate the conditions and lives of Nicaraguan women. Join us to hear the findings of this effort from some of the participants, and…

Women in Nicaragua: Power and Protagonism: Delegation Report-Back (January 2023)

Hailing from all corners of the United States and Canada, 22 delegates ranging from the ages of 10 to 80 traveled to Nicaragua from January 7-16, 2023 to investigate the conditions and the lives of Nicaraguan women on a delegation organized by the Jubilee House Community – Casa Benjamin Linder and Alliance for Global Justice.…

TAKE ACTION: political prisoners in the United States require a political solution!

While claiming to defend freedom around the world, the U.S. has hundreds of political prisoners – and the majority are people of color By James Patrick Jordan, Eduardo Garcia, Natalia Burdyńska Schuurman (Program Coordinators) Racism is still the driving force behind U.S. political imprisonment Political imprisonment in the United States exists primarily as a tool…

While claiming to defend freedom around the world, the U.S. has hundreds of political prisoners – and the majority are people of color

Racism is still the driving force behind U.S. political imprisonment By James Patrick Jordan, Eduardo Garcia, Natalia Burdyńska Schuurman (Program Coordinators) Originally published on Covert Action Magazine Political imprisonment in the United States exists primarily as a tool of racist repression. It’s aimed disproportionately at people of color as well as others engaged in anti-racist…

Political prisoners in the USA

Read “While claiming to defend freedom around the world, the U.S. has hundreds of political prisoners – and the majority are people of color,” a comprehensive analysis of political imprisonment in the United States today Introduction & methodology Below is a list of individuals currently incarcerated in the United States for actions threatening U.S. imperial…