The Human Cost of U.S. Policy in Mexico

September 14, 2016 at 7:00pm - 9pm
ANSWER Coalition Office
2969 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94110
United States
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This event is sponsored by the Bay Area Latin America Solidarity Coalition of which ANSWER Coalition is a member.

The violence in Mexico constitutes the world's 3rd most deadly conflict and the U.S. continues to play a huge part through drug prohibition, drug consumption, immigration and trade policies, through illegal gun trafficking, and by arming the Mexican police and military.

Our speakers bring fresh testimony from the people impacted by this violence: indigenous communities, women searching for their family members' bones, migrant families fleeing U.S.-fueled violence, activists dealing with the militarized U.S. border which now continues south to the Guatemala border.

John Lindsay-Poland
Works as the Wage Peace Coordinator of the American Friends Service Committee in San Francisco. He has organized and written about U.S. militarism and human rights in Latin America for more than 30 years, and in June 2016 co-led a delegation to Mexico on human rights and the arms trade.

Linda Sanchez
Works with the American Friends Service Committee in San Francisco as the Coordinator of 67 SueƱos, a community program for migrant youth voices, leading them in organizing and advocacy skills building. She participated in the June 2016 AFSC delegation to Mexico.

Presented by AFSC. Hosted by Bay Area Latin America Solidarity Coalition. Wheelchair accessible. Light refreshments served.

Donation of $5 at the door - no one turned away for lack of funds.
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