Until the Rulers Obey: March 8 @ Black Coffee

Until the Rulers Obey-Seattle

Social movements across Latin America powered a huge wave of change at the turn of the 21st century. The new book, “Until the Rulers Obey: Voices From Latin American Social Movements” (PM Press) brings together interviews with more than 70 leaders, organizers, and activists from 15 countries. Please join co-editors Clifton Ross and Marcy Rein, and contributors Phil Neff and Marie Trigona, in dialogue about what these movements represent and what we can learn from them.

Saturday, March 8, 7:00pm
Black Coffee Co-op
501 E. Pine St., Seattle

Co-sponsored by NISGUA, Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala

For more information on the book, see the PM Press web site and the book’s companion site, www.latinamericansocialmovements.org

About cascadiasolidaria

Human rights and solidarity activist from Cascadia, North America, writing about issues of justice and security in Guatemala and Central America from a perspective of solidarity with human rights and social movements.
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