On Saturday, November 21st, we will facilitate three virtual panels about the historic and current impacts of US Empire throughout the Americas and the powerful movements organizing to defend the autonomy and dignity of our communities. On Sunday, November 22nd, we will be hosting our annual vigil, including presentes and litany with the support of the SOA Watch Musicians Collective.
The weekend’s virtual events and spaces are free, bilingual (Spanish and English, interpretation will be provided) and all are welcome!
*Note: You will receive an email confirmation with all the links for Saturday’s panels and Sunday’s litany and presentes immediately upon registering.
Saturday, November 21st — Virtual Panels
12pm Eastern / 9am Pacific
US militarization of Latin America: Context & Challenges for the Era Ahead
1:30pm Eastern / 10:30am Pacific
Border Imperialism in 2020: DHS, Climate Change, & Community Resistance
Social Protest, Repression and Militarization in Abya Yala
Sunday, November 22nd — Litany & Virtual Vigil
2:30pm – 4pm Eastern / 11:30am – 1pm Pacific
Join members of the SOA Watch Musicians Collective (Francisco Herrera, Colleen Kattau, Emma’s Revolution, and Lumi and Lu Aya from the Peace Poets) for an online community gathering as we remember and uplift our martyrs and recommit ourselves to the continued struggle to dismantle US imperialism and defend our communities and environment around the globe! We invite you to bring something of symbolic importance to you for the presentes — photo, flower, names, candle, etc. — to accompany us during the gathering.
Brigitte, Candice, Dévora, Pablo, and Roy