Don’t Miss this Week’s Virtual Spaces & Events

As we mark International Human Rights Day tomorrow, we uplift our collective struggle to end all forms of US-supported violence and injustice and reaffirm our commitment to remain vigilant in our defense of human rights and the dignity of our communities. As we continue organizing to dismantle US imperialism and state violence, we hope you will join us at three upcoming events that will nourish our movement and collective resistance. 

7pm Eastern / 6pm Central / 5pm Mountain / 4pm Pacific

Tomorrow, we hope you will join us at an event organized by SOA Watch Council Member and Co-Director of Justice for Muslims Collective, Dr. Maha Hilal, to celebrate Nabihah Maqbool as the 2020 awardee and hope you’ll join us!  The event has an incredible line-up of speakers and artists, including:

Get your ticket here!!! 


8pm Eastern / 7pm Central / 6pm Mountain / 5pm Pacific
Vigilia Virtual, José Antonio Presente!
Meeting ID: 885 6484 3312


On behalf of José Antonio Elena Rodríguez’s mom, Araceli Rodríguez, and grandma, Taide Elena, everyone who has stood with them for the past 8 years of their pursuit for accountability and justice is invited to a virtual vigil tomorrow, December 10th at 8pm Eastern / 5pm Pacific. As we continue to accompany Araceli and Taide, we are reminded that peace and healing are not possible without justice, and that justice is impossible without accountability. We will continue to demand justice for José Antonio and the other 5 individuals murdered in Mexico by CBP agents in the United States; for the more than 100 people that have been murdered by CBP; for the thousands that have been disappeared by CBP policies and strategies; and for everyone else that is currently deprived of their liberty.

2pm-3:30pm Eastern / 1pm-2:30pm Central / 12pm-1:30pm Mountain / 11am-12:30pm Pacific
End of Year Coffee & Tea with SOA Watch

We will be hosting an end-of-the-year virtual tea on Saturday, December 12, 2020 from 2pm – 3:30pm Eastern / 11am – 12:30pm Pacific. The tea will be a more informal community space for us to connect with one another, reflect on our organizing over the last three decades and to talk about the work ahead. RSVP HERE