TAKE ACTION: Attack on the International “Berta Cáceres Lives” gathering

by Brigitte Gynther, SOA Watch Last Friday, I stood near the Lenca people's sacred Gualcarque River with Tomas Gomez, who has assumed the coordination of the Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH), following last month's assassination of Berta Cáceres. We tried to figure out how to get everybody in the Gualcarque River to … Continue reading TAKE ACTION: Attack on the International “Berta Cáceres Lives” gathering

REFLECTION: Remembering Maura, Ita, Dorothy and Jean – a scattering of seeds and words of gratitude

by Scott Wright and Jean Stokan Today marks the 35th anniversary of the martyrdom of four U.S. church women who were assassinated in El Salvador on December 2, 1980. Maura Clarke, Ita Ford, Dorothy Kazel, and Jean Donovan: two Maryknoll sisters, one Ursuline nun, and a young lay person. Today, 35 years later, we live … Continue reading REFLECTION: Remembering Maura, Ita, Dorothy and Jean – a scattering of seeds and words of gratitude