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Contact your Senators! Oppose new and old sanctions on Nicaragua!

The new sanctions seek to restrict loans for economic development from the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) which funds roads, water and energy projects, and housing in the country. The old sanctions stopped most loans from the IMF, World Bank and the IDB. Now the U.S. wants to stop the CABEI loans as well! All these restrictions should be lifted!

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Oppose the nomination of Elliott Abrams to the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy!

President Joe Biden announced on July 3 that he would nominate Elliott Abrams to a position on the United States Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy. Abrams was a supporter of the worst human rights violations in Central America in the 1980s and has been guilty of similar human rights abuses since.

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Demand no U.S. invasion and an end to the foreign occupation of Haiti!

For the fourth time in a century, the U.S. is preparing for another invasion and an expanded occupation of Haiti. The new invasion would culminate almost twenty years of misery and oppression following the U.S.-directed 2004 coup against the popular government of Jean Bertrand Aristide.

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Tell Congress to halt U.S. aid to Peru! The repression must end!

At least 60 protestors have been killed by police and military in Peru following the U.S.-supported coup that has plunged the country into martial law. Express your solidarity with the Peruvian people and denounce the coup against the democratically elected Pedro Castillo. Email the U.S. Congress to demand a halt to all aid to Peru’s coup government and that Biden Administration’s support for the coup be investigated.

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Join the effort to #FreeAlexSaab and demand an end to illegal U.S. sanctions on Venezuela!

Alex Saab’s only “crime” was finding ways to legally engage in trade to alleviate the hardship caused by the United States. The case raises dangerous precedents in terms of the violation of rules governing the freedom of movement of diplomats and the extraterritorial judicial overreach by the U.S. in enforcing its unilateral coercive measures against Venezuela and 40 other countries.

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