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Welcome to WTF is Going on in Latin America & The Caribbean, a PopularResistance ( https://popularresistance.org/ ) broadcast featuring hot news out of the region with host Teri Mattson. Each weekly episode features a country and/or issue related to the affects of U.S. foreign, economic and/or military influence and intervention in the hemisphere of The Americas. Our guests include academics, policy-makers, journalists as well as activists recognized for their groundwork within local communities and movements.

WTF is Going on in Latin America & the Caribbean broadcasts Thursdays at 4:30pm PT/7:30pm ET on multiple live platforms including: CODEPINK YouTube Live ( https://www.youtube.com/user/codepinkaction ) , TheConvoCouch ( https://www.youtube.com/c/TheConvoCouch ) and Facebook Live via PopularResistance.org ( https://www.facebook.com/PopularResistanceOrg ) You can also find us on Apple Podcasts ( https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wtf-is-going-on-in-latin-america-the-caribbean/id1585510799 ) , Spotify ( https://open.spotify.com/show/21vTN2wAoTKABun1iWlA79?si=fe24b0e809c24ad8 ) , Telegram ( https://t.me/WTFisGoingoninLatinAmerica ) and RadIndieMedia.com ( https://radindiemedia.com/ )

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Welcome to WTF is Going on in Latin America & The Caribbean, a PopularResistance ( https://popularresistance.org/ ) broadcast featuring hot news out of the region with host Teri Mattson. Each weekly episode features a country and/or issue related to the affects of U.S. foreign, economic and/or military influence and intervention in the hemisphere of The Americas. Our guests include academics, policy-makers, journalists as well as activists recognized for their groundwork within local communities and movements.

WTF is Going on in Latin America & the Caribbean broadcasts Thursdays at 4:30pm PT/7:30pm ET on multiple live platforms including: CODEPINK YouTube Live ( https://www.youtube.com/user/codepinkaction ) , TheConvoCouch ( https://www.youtube.com/c/TheConvoCouch ) and Facebook Live via PopularResistance.org ( https://www.facebook.com/PopularResistanceOrg ) You can also find us on Apple Podcasts ( https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wtf-is-going-on-in-latin-america-the-caribbean/id1585510799 ) , Spotify ( https://open.spotify.com/show/21vTN2wAoTKABun1iWlA79?si=fe24b0e809c24ad8 ) , Telegram ( https://t.me/WTFisGoingoninLatinAmerica ) and RadIndieMedia.com ( https://radindiemedia.com/ )

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    "So They Can See Us", Peru's National Protest Advances on Lima

    "So They Can See Us", Peru's National Protest Advances on Lima

    EPISODE: “So They Can See Us” Peru’s National Protest Advances to Lima
    GUESTS:
    Anahi Durand is a sociologist, former Minister of Women & Vulnerable Populations for the Castillo Presidency and founder of Mujers por Una Nueva Constitución (Women for a New Constitution); and,
    Eliana Carlin is a Peruvian political scientist, lecturer and researcher. She is also Co-founder of Heroinas Peruanas and No a Keiko (Peruvian Heroines and No to Keiko)
    Note: This episode is in Spanish with English translation. Interpretation provided by Carmelo Velasquez of Velasquez Translations, Buenos Aires

    BACKGROUND:
    Deadly protests have gripped Peru since Congress expelled the country's first working-class president, Pedro Castillo.
    Timeline of events since December 7, 2022:
    Dec 7, 2022: The surprise winner of the July 2021 presidential election, Castillo comes under immediate attack from the right. On December 7 he attempts to dissolve Congress before it can debate a third impeachment motion against him and says he will form an emergency government and rule by decree. Lawmakers vote overwhelmingly to remove him from office for "moral incapacity" to exercise power. He is arrested for "rebellion". Vice President Dina Boluarte becomes Peru's first woman president. She says she intends to serve out the rest of Castillo's term, until July 2026.The United States pledges to work with Boluarte.
    Dec 10: Pro-Castillo protests spread, with demonstrators blocking roads and burning tires across the country.
    Dec 11: Two people are killed in Andahuaylas in the south.
    Dec 12: Hundreds of protestors temporarily block the airport runway in Peru's second biggest city, Arequipa.
    Dec 14: Peru announces a 30-day nationwide state of emergency.
    Dec 15: Castillo's pre-trial detention is prolonged for 18 months.
    Dec 16: The pro-Castillo protests spread to the town of Cusco, the gateway to Peru's top tourist attraction, the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, with rail services, road and air links closed.
    Dec 20: As the death toll rises, Congress votes to bring forward the general election from 2026 to April 2024.
    Jan 9, 2023: Eighteen people are killed in clashes with security forces triggered when demonstrators try to storm an airport in the southeastern city of Juliaca. The prosecutor's office says it will investigate Boluarte for genocide over the protests. The next day Peru's government declares a state of emergency in Lima and three other regions.
    Jan 19: Clashes with police punctuate a march by thousands through the capital for a large anti-government rally.
    Jan 21: Peru closes Machu Picchu
    Jan 24: Lima sees its most violent clashes since the start of the crisis.
    Jan 26: The government says police and soldiers will dismantle roadblocks erected by protesters on the nation's highways.
    Jan 28: Congress rejects a request by Boluarte to advance elections to December 2023.
    Jan 31: The Peruvian Foreign Minister led, in Washington DC, a meeting between Peruvian businessmen and their counterparts from the US Chamber of Commerce. Representatives of multinational companies from mining, finance, technology, and health, among other sectors attended the event. .

    FOLLOW OUR GUESTS:
    Anahi Durand: Twitter
    Eliana Carlin: Twitter

    ADDITIONAL LINKS:
    House Democrat letter to President Joe Biden asking him to halt security assistance to the government of Peru
    WTF is Going on in Latin America & the Caribbean: Lawfare, the Case of Argentina and Peru

    WTF is Going on in Latin America & the Caribbean is a Popular Resistance broadcast in partnership with Black Alliance for Peace Haiti/Americas Team, CODEPINK, Common Frontiers, Council on Hemispheric Affairs, Friends of Latin America, InterReligious Task Force on Central America, Massachusetts Peace Action and Task Force on the Americas.

    • 55 min
    CELAC Summit 2023: Latin American Integration includes the Voices of the People

    CELAC Summit 2023: Latin American Integration includes the Voices of the People

    EPISODE: CELAC 2023-Latin American Integration includes the Voices of the People
    GUEST:  Alejandro Rusconi, Secretary of International Relations for Evita Movement
    Spanish to English interpretation provided by Carmelo Velasquez of Velasquez Translations, Buenos Aires

    BACKGROUND:
    Founded in 2011,.CELAC, or the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, is a multilateral group of 33 countries from across the Western Hemisphere that excludes Canada and the United States It was created to be an alternative forum for Latin American countries. Inaugural leaders, such as Venezuela’s Hugo Chávez, envisioned the group as a counterweight to the Washington-based Organization of American States (OAS), which they viewed as dominated by the United States. CELAC, unlike the OAS, allows Cuba to be a member. Its stated goals are to promote regional integration and cooperation. CELAC represents 600 million people.
    The Seventh Summit of CELAC leaders was held Tuesday, January 24 in Buenos Aires hosted by CELAC President Pro-Tempore Alberto Fernandez, current President of Argentina.
    The seventh summit witnessed two firsts:  
     At the invitation of CELAC President Alberto Fernandez, the United States was invited and sent US Special Presidential Advisor for the Americas Christopher Dodd U.S. Special Presidential Advisor for the Americas The Summit was preceded by a joint proposal of social and trade union organizations. The Social Summit took place Monday, January 23 in the city of Buenos Aires, at the former Naval Mechanics School, a former secret detention center during the military dictatorship, which today functions as a space resigned from the perspective of human rights. With the presence of about 300 leaders of social organizations, unions and popular movements from all over the region, the meeting was a forum to discuss the most relevant issues affecting the different countries in the context of the Conference of Heads of State and Government.
    FOLLOW OUR GUEST:
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/ale_rusconi

    ADDITIONAL LINKS:
    CELAC
    Declaracion de Buenos Aires
    Social and Union Organizations Meet the Day before the CELAC Summit in Argentina
    Argentina Hosts 7the CELAC Summit amid New Presidential Landscape
    Argentina and Brazil Relaunch their Strategic Alliance

    WTF is Going on in Latin America & the Caribbean is a Popular Resistance broadcast in partnership with Black Alliance for Peace Haiti/Americas Team, CODEPINK, Common Frontiers, Council on Hemispheric Affairs, Friends of Latin America, InterReligious Task Force on Central America, Massachusetts Peace Action and Task Force on the Americas.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Asylum for Sale: Profit and Protest in the Migration Industry

    Asylum for Sale: Profit and Protest in the Migration Industry

    EPISODE: Asylum for Sale: Profit and Protest in the Migration Industry
    GUEST: Adrienne Pine, Author and Medical Anthropologist. For the past 17 years, she has worked in US federal asylum courts as a country conditions expert for Honduran asylum seekers in more than 100 asylum cases.
    BACKGROUND:
    On the heels of last week’s North America Trilateral Summit, from which not much changed within the migratory system, today’s episode will focus on migration as a for-profit industry which has turned migrating humans into commodities.
    Our guest Adrienne Pine is co-editor of the book Asylum for Sale: Profit and Protest in the Migration Industry published by PM Press in November 2020. Here is brief description:
    Through essays, artworks, photographs, infographics, and illustrations, Asylum for Sale: Profit and Protest in the Migration Industry regards the global asylum regime as an industry characterized by profit-making activity: brokers who facilitate border crossings for a fee; contractors and firms that erect walls, fences, and watchtowers while lobbying governments for bigger “security” budgets; corporations running private detention centers and “managing” deportations; private lawyers charging exorbitant fees; “expert” witnesses; and NGO staff establishing careers while placing asylum seekers into new regimes of monitored vulnerability. Humanity is not for sale, and no one is illegal.
    FOLLOW OUR GUEST:
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drpine
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/adriennepine
    ADDITIONAL LINKS:
    Asylum for Sale: Profit and Protest in the Migration Industry
    Open Letter to US Ambassador: Stop the Assault on Honduran’s Human Rights
    Social Struggle in Neoliberal Central America
    Climate Change, Displacement and the Border Industrial Complex

    WTF is Going on in Latin America & the Caribbean is a Popular Resistance broadcast in partnership with Black Alliance for Peace Haiti/Americas Team, CODEPINK, Common Frontiers, Council on Hemispheric Affairs, Friends of Latin America, InterReligious Task Force on Central America, Massachusetts Peace Action and Task Force on the Americas.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    North America's Trilateral Talks in Mexico City

    North America's Trilateral Talks in Mexico City

    EPISODE: North America’s Trilateral Summit

    GUESTS:  
    Marco Castillo, Co-Executive Director of Global Exchange
    Jim Hodgson, Canadian Journalist

    BACKGROUND:
    The North American Leaders' Summit (NALS), sometimes called the Three Amigos Summit in the popular press,[1][2][3] is the trilateral summit between the prime minister of Canada, the president of Mexico, and the president of the United States.[4] The summits were initially held as part of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP), a continent-level dialogue between the three countries established in 2005, and continued after SPP became inactive in 2009.[5][6]
    The United States, Mexico and Canada on Tuesday, January 10 vowed to tighten economic ties, producing more goods regionally and boosting semiconductor output, even as integration is hampered by an ongoing dispute over Mexico's energy policies.
    U.S. President Joe Biden, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met in Mexico City and pledged to beef up supply chains after weathering serious disruptions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
    "We're working to a future to strengthen our cooperation on supply chains and critical minerals so we can continue to accelerate in our efforts to build the technologies of tomorrow - right here ion North America," Biden said in a joint news conference with his fellow leaders after their meeting.
    Lopez Obrador said the region would promote economic development by creating a committee for import substitution to make North America less dependent on other parts of the world.
    The White House said the three countries would improve legal pathways for migrants, and Lopez Obrador again urged Biden to press Congress to enact measures that would regularize the migration status of millions of Mexicans in the United States.
    Trudeau portrayed Canada as an original architect and the principal guardian of free trade on the continent as he called for a new era of three-way growth. And, he called on would-be investors to take a leap of faith similar to the one the NAFTA pioneers did in the early 1990s.

    FOLLOW OUR GUESTS:
    Marco Castillo:
    https://www.facebook.com/marco.castillo.188
    https://twitter.com/MarcoAnCasMar
    Jim Hodgson:
    https://www.facebook.com/jim.hodgson1
    Global Exchange:
    https://www.facebook.com/GlobalExchange
    https://twitter.com/globalexchange

    ADDITIONAL LINKS:
    Solving Immigration Starts with Helping Families Feel Safe at Home
    https://www.newsweek.com/solving-immigration-starts-helping-families-feel-safe-home-opinion-1771414
    https://pm.gc.ca/en/news/statements/2023/01/10/declaration-north-america-dna

    WTF is Going on in Latin America & the Caribbean is a Popular Resistance broadcast in partnership with Black Alliance for Peace Haiti/Americas Team, CODEPINK, Common Frontiers, Council on Hemispheric Affairs, Friends of Latin America, InterReligious Task Force on Central America, Massachusetts Peace Action and Task Force on the Americas.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    219 Years of Haitian Independence: the first

    219 Years of Haitian Independence: the first

    EPISODE:  219 Years of Haitian Independence, a history of the first revolution in The Americas
    GUESTS:  Pierre LaBossiere, Judith “Mirk” Mirkinson and Seth Donnelly of The Haiti Action Committee
    BACKGROUND:
    On January 1, 1804, Haiti became an independent republic, following the revolution which had begun 13 years earlier as a rebellion of enslaved people against slavery and French colonialism.
    Previously known as Saint-Domingue, it was the most profitable colony in the world, generating greater revenue than all of the continental North American colonies combined. This immense wealth was generated by the sweat and blood of enslaved Africans who were being worked to death in their tens of thousands on coffee and sugar plantations.
    Shortly after the French revolution, which supposedly espoused the ideals of "liberty, equality and fraternity," on August 22, 1791 enslaved people rose up, demanding those ideals be realized, and slavery and colonialism abolished. Over the coming years, the rebels successfully defeated the combined armies of the world's biggest colonial powers: France, Spain and Britain. The 1804 declaration of independence abolished the colony of Saint-Domingue and reinstated the Indigenous Taíno name of Hayti. Europe and the US then promptly ostracized the fledgling republic, causing severe economic hardship.
    In 1825, France finally agreed to recognise Haiti's independence, provided it compensate former enslavers to the tune of 150 million gold francs ($21 billion today) - a ransom which deeply impoverished the government and was not fully repaid until 1947. The United States only recognised Haitian independence in 1862, but this did not prevent it from invading and occupying it in 1915.

    FOLLOW HAITI ACTION COMMITTEE:
    Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/HaitiActionCommittee
    Twitter:  https://twitter.com/HaitiAction1
     
    ADDITIONAL LINKS:
    Haiti Action Committee  https://haitisolidarity.net
    Haiti Emergency Relief Fund  https://haitiemergencyrelief.org/
     The Lasalin Massacre and the Human Rights Crisis in Haiti
    https://haitiliberte.com/the-lasalin-massacre-and-the-human-rights-crisis-in-haiti/
     
    WTF is Going on in Latin America & the Caribbean is a Popular Resistance broadcast in partnership with Black Alliance for Peace Haiti/Americas Team, CODEPINK, Common Frontiers, Council on Hemispheric Affairs, Friends of Latin America, InterReligious Task Force on Central America, Massachusetts Peace Action and Task Force on the Americas.
     

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Saab Oral Argument Focuses on Legitimacy of Maduro Government

    Saab Oral Argument Focuses on Legitimacy of Maduro Government

    TODAY’S EPISODE: Saab Oral Argument Focuses on Legitimacy of Maduro Government 
    GUEST: Author, labor attorney and human rights activist Dan Kovalik of Council on Hemispheric Affairs

    BACKGROUND:
    On December 20, in the U.S. District Court of Southern Florida, Judge Robert N. Scola heard oral arguments on Alex Saab’s motion to dismiss the case against him. The factual issue for the Court to decide was “whether Mr. Saab was a special envoy from Venezuela to Iran traveling on a mission when he was detained in Cape Verde and extradited to the U.S. and, therefore, entitled to diplomatic immunity.” Dan was present for the hearing and will discuss, in detail, the hearing results. WTF has been following The Case of Alex Saab since his detainment on Cape Verde 12 June 2020. Today is our third update.

    FOLLOW OUR GUEST:
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dan.kovalik.9
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/danielmkovalik

    ADDITIONAL LINKS:
    Judge Scola Decision Denying Alex Saab’s Right to Diplomatic Immunity
    Statement by the Venezuela Government on the US Ruling Against Alex Saab
    Saab Oral Argument Focuses on Legitimacy of Maduro Government, Daniel Kovalik
    Saab Hearing Proves He Deserves Diplomatic Immunity, Exposes Prosecution’s Duplicity, Daniel Kovalik
    Alex Saab: A Kidnapped Diplomat. Film Screening followed by Q & A (WTF Episode 2)
    Alex Saab, Sanctions and the Extra-Judicial Reach of the U.S (WTF Episode 1)

    WTF is Going on in Latin America & the Caribbean is a Popular Resistance broadcast in partnership with Black Alliance for Peace Haiti/Americas Team, CODEPINK, Common Frontiers, Council on Hemispheric Affairs, Friends of Latin America, InterReligious Task Force on Central America, Massachusetts Peace Action and Task Force on the Americas.

    • 49 min

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