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An examination of U.S. feminists’ attempts at solidarity and interactions with Latin American movements and activists between 1970 and 1989 focuses on two radical feminist organizations—the Atlanta Lesbian Feminist Alliance (ALFA) and the Women’s International Resource Exchange (WIRE)—in...
Overlapping transnational networks attempted to reconcile divergent perspectives— some favoring rejection, others reform—and leverage change in the U.S. government’s framing of the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA). The experience of the Stop CAFTA Coalition shows that protest...
The 1979 triumph of the Sandinista Revolution and the Sandinista National Liberation Front’s resistance of U.S. efforts to oust it from power inspired thousands of individuals from all over the world to support Nicaragua’s struggle for self-determination. One of the most important...
The intervention of the U.S. Marines in Nicaragua in 1926 inspired opposition of two kinds, one against any U.S. intervention and the other specifically aligned with the Nicaraguan guerrillas under Augusto Sandino. These groups succeeded in having limits placed on the war but, by abandoning...
The Sanctuary movement of the 1980s combined religious faith and social activism to provide refuge for Central Americans fleeing violence and persecution and to raise awareness of the responsibility associated with U.S. policy in the region. Features of the Los Angeles area, such as its large...
The international movement in solidarity with Chile that developed and flourished in the 1970s first emerged when the Unidad Popular government of Salvador Allende (1970—1973) was still in power but gained strength after the Chilean military overthrew the government and imposed the military...
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