The rebel radio that brought down a war criminal - Diana Sierra Becerra
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Listen to the original broadcasts of the Radio Venceremos. And recent speeches by Santiago, the former broadcaster, and Rosa, a farmworker organizer.
Read Santiago’s diary & watch documentaries from the era.
Learn how revolutionary women organized against capitalism & patriarchy.
Witness how survivors of state violence continue to demand justice. Explore social movement histories at the Museum of the Word and Image.
Educate your community about US imperialism in El Salvador and Central America with this lesson plan. Connect the dots between US foreign policy and immigrant rights.
March to close the School of the Americas, which trained Colonel Monterrossa, and hundreds of war criminals.
Follow news about the El Mozote trials, including the coverup of US advisor Sergeant Major Hazelwood who presided over the massacre.
Join a solidarity delegation.
Organize a sister-city relationship with a Salvadoran community.
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