In this episode we discuss pride marches, protests against ICE in the US and the 49th Assembly of the Organization of American States in Colombia
The representatives of several countries cited that the presence of the delegation violates the organization’s norms.
After minutes of being freed from La Picota Prison, a nearly unconscious Santrich was re-arrested under orders of the Attorney General of Colombia
In this episode, Peoples Dispatch takes a look into the arrest of activists at the the Venezuelan embassy in the United States, commemoration of Nakba, and the march in Colombia in which millions took part.
More than 50,000 people mobilized in defense of the Santurbán páramo and against the gold mining project of the company Sociedad Minera de Santander-Minesa
Mauricio Lezama was producing an audiovisual project about victims of the armed conflict when he was assassinated by unidentified armed men in the department of Arauca
The leaders were in a meeting to prepare for dialogues with the National Government when they were attacked by a group of armed men with firearms and grenades
Olimpo Cárdenas of Congreso de los Pueblos (People’s Congress) spoke about the Humanitarian Refugee Convergence currently taking place in Bogotá and the motivations behind this action
In this episode, we look at the Colombian national strike, the activists protecting the Venezuelan embassy in Washington DC, and the students of Johns Hopkins University protesting the administration’s association with ICE.
Jimmy Moreno of Congreso de los Pueblos discusses the National Strike in Colombia and the factors behind the massive mobilization
Colombians will mobilize in defense of peace and against the neoliberal policies of the right-wing government of president Iván Duque. The participating organizations are seeking compliance with peace agreements and an end to violence against social leaders, among other demands
After mobilizing for almost a month, enduring heavy police repression, the participants of the social Minga had lifted the blockade on the Pan-American Highway after receiving an assurance the president Ivan Duque would listen to their concerns