In the fifth installment of CODEPINK, please join our host Teri Mattson for an important conversation about migration from the Northern Triangle, revocation of TPS and the dire conditions of the Southern Borders. Teri is CODEPINK’s Latin American Campaign Manager, and she begins the episode by discussing the local news and current events. Teri mostly focuses on the speculations and consequences of the Amazonian fire.
However, this episode is a must-listen as we are joined by Samantha Pinda and Erik Villalobos from CISPES DC. CISPES, or Committee in Solidarity With The People of El Salvador, is a grassroots organization aimed to stop US military, political and economic interventions in El Salvador. Samantha, Erik and Teri discuss the situations behind migration, and how US Imperialism is to blame. This episode with also feature Kelly Curry, a local CODEPINK Peace Economy campaigner. Kelly, who recently visited the borders talks about the truly dire conditions and what people can do to help. Please listen to this episode of CODEPINK radio as our host and guests discuss how US involvement in foreign nations are creating climate change, extreme poverty, political and economic turmoil.
Samantha Pinda and Erik Villalobos from CISPES DC -
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