Join Boston CISPES onThursday, August 7, 2008 at Symposium books to learn about how both thepowerful Salvadoran peopleís movementóand the U.S. governmentóare gearing upfor El Salvadorís fall elections!
The historic revolutionaryleftist party may sweep the Salvadoran right-wing out of power in 2009.Right now the right-wing in disarray and the sense of hope ispalpable in El Salvador.Nonetheless, the Salvadoran right's greatest ally–the US government–remains poised to protect one ofits last strongholds in Latin America.
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Thursday August 7 @ 6pm
Symposium Books: (near Kenmore T stop)
526 Commonwealth Ave, Boston 02215
Accounts from meetings with:
–Revolutionary student organizers
–U.S. Ambassador Charles Glazer
Laura Embree-Lowry traveled to El Salvador as part of a fact-findingdelegation, to gather information on potential fraud, political violence andelectoral manipulation during this critical pre-elections period.She met with historic ex-guerillas who are now leaders in the FMLN,recently released political prisoners, Salvadoran electoral experts, andparticipated in a heated meeting with US Ambassador Charles Glazer. Shealso visited community clinics and youth centers in FMLN-controlled municipalities,where the FMLN vision for a better, healthier El Salvador has become a reality.
Come hear her experiences and join in a discussion about how you can bepart of this critical moment in Salvadoran history that may shake the statusquo of our hemisphere.
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