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DC April 18:US Policy in Central America Past and Present

Join CODEPINK for a discussion to explore US Policy in Central America Past and Present

 

Alexis Stoumbelis, Organizational Coordinator for the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El salvador (CISPES) will discuss current U.S. policy in El Salvador and Central America. We hear a lot in the media about the migrant exodus from Central America but less about what role U.S. policy – past and present – plays in creating unlivable conditions in the region. How do U.S. policies – from economic development to security aid – exacerbate the very conditions they claim to “solve”? What is the political landscape in Central America today and what are the demands of popular movement organizations in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras?

WHEN

April 18, 2019 at 7pm - 9pm

WHERE

Venezuelan Embassy
1099 30th St, Washington, DC, DC 20007, United States,

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CONTACT

Lily ·

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Add to Calendar 18-04-2019 19:00:00 18-04-2019 21:00:00 America/New_York DC April 18:US Policy in Central America Past and Present Join CODEPINK for a discussion to explore US Policy in Central America Past and Present   Alexis Stoumbelis, Organizational Coordinator for the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El salvador (CISPES) will discuss current U.S. policy in El Salvador and Central America. We hear a lot in the media about the migrant exodus from Central America but less about what role U.S. policy – past and present – plays in creating unlivable conditions in the region. How do U.S. policies – from economic development to security aid – exacerbate the very conditions they claim to “solve”? What is the political landscape in Central America today and what are the demands of popular movement organizations in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras? 1099 30th St, Washington, DC, DC 20007, United States Lily lily@codepink.org

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