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April Salon on H2A Range Workers: Highlights

  Professor Tom Acker teaches Spanish at Mesa State College and spoke about his experience interviewing and advocating for H2A Range Workers and their rights in Colorado. During his presentation, he spoke of the importance of having an inside connection with former H2A range worker, Mr. Ignacio Alvarado, who had experienced working conditions and knew … Continue reading April Salon on H2A Range Workers: Highlights

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Ending Immigrant Detention

By Tommy Timm When I was in Mexico recently, cab drivers and other service workers would volunteer that they had been in the U.S., often for several years before returning to Mexico.  They would say they had picked corn in Iowa, harvested tobacco in North Carolina, picked blueberries in Maryland, done landscaping in California, worked … Continue reading Ending Immigrant Detention

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Everyone welcome!

DJPC SPRING POTLUCK SOCIAL Friday, April 30, 2010 6:30 – 8:30 PM at DJPC’s office located in the Denver Inner City Parish 1212 Mariposa Street, Denver See all your DJPC friends! Meet lots of new members! DJPC events are known to have great food! Hear brief updates on all DJPC activities! See DJPC’s new office … Continue reading Everyone welcome!

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April Salon- H2A Range Workers: Their Working Conditions and Efforts to Change Them

The 2010 DJPC Salon Discussion Series invites you to hear about the working conditions of Colorado range workers who are usually seasonal immigrants and efforts to change them. The speakers are Professor Tom Acker from Mesa State College, Mr. Ignacio Alvarado a former H2A range worker and Mr. Jacob Carpenter who is a video film … Continue reading April Salon- H2A Range Workers: Their Working Conditions and Efforts to Change Them

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March Salon on SOA demonstrations: Highlights

Irene Rodriguez, a journalist, showed a clip from the film “On the Line” that gave some background information on the SOA (School of the Americas) which included mentioning that hundreds of people have died at the hands of soldiers who were trained there. The demonstration at Fort Benning in November 2009 marked the 20th year … Continue reading March Salon on SOA demonstrations: Highlights

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Commemoration of Oscar Romero of El Salvador

DJPC is co-sponsoring a commemoration of Oscar Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador, who was gunned down 30 years ago as he celebrated Catholic Mass.  The memorial event will take place on Tuesday, March 23, 2010 at 7:30 PM at St. Dominic’s Church, 29th & Federal Blvd., Denver.  romero flyer english

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Colorado Helping Chile

On February 27, 2010, a massive earthquake of 8.8 magnitude devastated the Maule Region in the center of Chile.  To date the government’s official figures state that there are  500 dead, although the toll is presumably over 700, with hundreds still missing.   A  subsequent tsunami contributed further damage to Chile, with economic damage projected … Continue reading Colorado Helping Chile

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March Salon- 2009 DJPC SOA Protesters & Past Participants

The 2010 DJPC Salon Discussion Series invites you to hear experiences from participants in last November’s and previous Fort Benning SOA (School of the Americas) demonstrations to close the school due to their oppressive policies. Learn about current legislation in the U.S. congress and grassroots movements in Latin America to close the U.S. Army school … Continue reading March Salon- 2009 DJPC SOA Protesters & Past Participants

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