A group of nine US citizens visited Nicaragua from January 4 to the 15th, 2020. During their 12 day stay, they visited hospitals, clinics, farms, and a major prison. They met with doctors and medical staff, unions, cooperatives, a military veterans’ group, environmental groups, student groups, peasant women organizations and government officials. This event provides a brief report on their experience.
Saturday, October 26, 2019 What do Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Hong Kong have in common? Violent Protesters, Media Manipulation, and financing from the National Endowment for Democracy A panel of experts will discuss recent events in Nicaragua, Venezuela, El Salvador, and Hong Kong. A respectful discussion with the audience will follow the panel. WHEN: Saturday, October 26, … Continue reading 21st Century Regime Change Operations: A Conversation
Tuesday, October 22, 2019 Guest speaker: Camilo Mejía Camilo Mejía is Nicaraguan and resides in the US. As a soldier in the U.S. Army during the early 2000s, Camilo gained prominence as a prisoner of conscience for refusing to return to combat in Iraq. Camilo maintains strong ties to Nicaragua and is very knowledgeable about … Continue reading Nicaragua: Regime Change in the Age of Social Media
EVENT - Status of US-Cuba Relations: A Path Forward Saturday, September 7, 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQpImaIvsts&feature=youtu.be In 2014 President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro announced that they were moving to normalize diplomatic relations, raising hopes in both countries. After five-decades of an embargo, trade and travel restrictions began to relax. What has happened since? Guest … Continue reading Status of US – Cuba Relations: The Path Forward