Annual Dinner
Join us on December 3 at 6:30PM in Berkeley to hear from Roderico Díaz, a Maya Kaqchikel photojournalist and documentary filmmaker.
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"How to Stop a Dam With Indigenous Resistance" - This fall, José Gómez, a Maya Mam organizer with ACODET, will lift up lessons from successful community organizing in the face of the Xalalá dam.
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Since 2005, over a million Guatemalans have voted against resource extraction projects in their territories. But a bill currently before Guatemalan Congress seeks to co-opt this powerful display of community self-determination.
For years, communities impacted by Tahoe Resources' Escobal mine have creatively organized to denounce its lack of social license. Now, they are maintaining a 24-hour peaceful encampment to protest the mine's ongoing presence.
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Standing with communities as they defend their lives and territories against unjust trade policies and the violent imposition of resource extraction projects.

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In support of Guatemalans who seek an end to impunity and justice for crimes committed during the Internal Armed Conflict.

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Drawing deeper connections through international solidarity, linking communities in the U.S. and Guatemala in the global movement for justice and self-determination.

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Providing a dissuasive presence at the request of Guatemalan organizations and communities who are at risk for their work seeking justice for crimes of the past and defending their lives, culture and territory against the imposition of resource extraction projects.

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Solidarity Update: November 2018

December 5th, 2018|0 Comments

News recap: NISGUA celebrates a successful fall speaking tour; Communities celebrate another year of resistance; Take action to stand with Indigenous Peoples to demand respect for Indigenous self-determination in Guatemala; ACODET releases statement in the face of attacks against [...]

Displacement in Guatemala and How Transnational Solidarity Must Impact our Local Organizing for Housing and Land Rights

December 3rd, 2018|0 Comments

Washington, D.C. local, Clara Lincoln is a recent NISGUA accompanier through the Guatemala Accompaniment Program. She spent ten months accompanying land and human rights defenders in Guatemala. Since returning, she has collaborated with ONE DC, an organization fighting for [...]

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