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A Demand that Paraguayan girl Carmen Elizabeth Oviedo Villalba be Returned Alive

We, women of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, United States,  Spain, France, Greece, Guatemala, Italy, Lebanon, Palestine, Sweden, and Uruguay.

We Demand that the President of Paraguay, Mario Abdo Benítez, guarantee the return of 14-year-old girl Carmen Elizabeth Oviedo Villalba (“Lichita”), kidnapped by the Joint Task Force — FTC — of the Paraguayan army on November 30, 2020.  She is the daughter of political prisoners Carmen Villalba and Alcides Oviedo, imprisoned for 17 years.

The kidnapped 14-year-old girl is part of a group of five girls living in Argentina who traveled to Paraguay with a family member, Laura Villalba, sister of Carmen Villalba, mother and aunt of the girls, in order to visit their relatives and parents in prison.

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Letter to Biden from the International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity

February 17, 2021

Dear President Biden,

Six years ago, on December 17, 2014, President Obama announced, together with Cuban President Raúl Castro, the re-establishment of bilateral relations unilaterally interrupted by the United States in 1960.

The historic announcement filled both nations with a lot of joy and was applauded by the international community. We believed, with well-founded hope, that a new era was beginning, leaving behind six decades of hostility that caused enormous suffering to the Cuban people and delayed for more than half a century the possibilities of economic, financial, commercial, cultural, medical, educational and tourist exchanges with the American people and their government.

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Webinar: Cuban Doctors Speak

Don’t forget: this Saturday at 8pm ET/5 pm PT Cuban medical personnel will be in conversation with journalist Vijay Prashad, featuring remarks by activist Danny Glover.

Dear friends,

(En español a continuación)

Don’t forget this Saturday’s webinar celebrating the 15 year anniversary of Cuba’s Henry Reeve International Medical Brigade! The webinar will be in English, but Spanish language interpretation will be available.

Here are the details once again:

What: Cuban medical personnel in conversation with Vijay Prashad

When: Saturday, September 26 at 8pm ET / 5pm PT

Where: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81773926529

NOTE: We’ve had over 1,000 people RSVP, but the Zoom room only has room for 500 viewers. If you attempt to log on and the room is full, the webinar will also be viewable at the following links:

YouTube (in English): www.youtube.com/codepinkaction

Facebook (in Spanish): https://www.facebook.com/CubaNobel

In solidarity,
Alicia Jrapko & Medea Benjamin



Estimade amigue

No se olvide del conversatorio este sábado en celebración de los 15 años de la Brigada Médica Internacional Henry Reeve de Cuba. La conversación será en inglés, pero tendremos interpretación al español.

Estos son los detalles:

Qué: Personal médico cubano en conversación con Vijay Prashad

Cuándo: Sábado, 26 de septiembre a las 8pm hora de Nueva York y La Habana / 5 pm hora de California

Dónde:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81773926529

ATENCIÓN: Más de mil personas han confirmado su asistencia al conversatorio, pero Zoom solo puede acoger a 500 espectadores. Si intenta ingresar y no hay capacidad, la conversación también estará disponible en los siguientes enlaces:

YouTube (en inglés): www.youtube.com/codepinkaction

Facebook (en español): https://www.facebook.com/CubaNobel

Para utilizar la herramienta de interpretación en Zoom, consulte la siguiente imagen:

Alicia Jrapko y Medea Benjamin


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Michelle Maria Ellner


Latin America Campaign | CODEPINK

CODEPINK is a women-led grassroots organization working to end U.S. wars and militarism, support peace and human rights initiatives, and redirect our tax dollars into healthcare, education, green jobs and other life-affirming programs.

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The International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity to the Peoples Stand with the Families of the MST.

The International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity, condemns  the eviction that occurred on August 14 in Minas Gerais in the settlement area of ​​ Quilombo Campo Grande of the Movement of Landless Rural Workers -MST- We consider this arbitrary measure of the local government, unacceptable, especially in the midst of the pandemic.

In the area – abandoned by a sugar cane plant closed  in 1996 – 450 families have been producing healthy food for 22 years, in 2019 they produced 8,500 bags of coffee and 1,100 hectares of 150 varieties of pesticide-free crops. Now in the midst of the pandemic, these 450 families have nowhere to go, with no work or school.

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