Sabotaging Sanctuary: How Data Brokers Give ICE Backdoor Access to Colorado’s Data and Jails

For years community members have raised concerns about how our personal information falls into the hands of Immigration Customs and Enforcement (ICE) — including when sanctuary policies are present. It has been confirmed that ICE uses technology to circumvent policies meant to limit their cooperation with local law enforcement. By contracting with data brokers, the … Continue reading Sabotaging Sanctuary: How Data Brokers Give ICE Backdoor Access to Colorado’s Data and Jails

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Religious Leaders and People of Faith Call on the Government of Nicaragua to Stop the Suffering of its People and Release Political Prisoners

For immediate release: April 7, 2022 Religious Leaders and People of Faith Call on the Government of Nicaragua to Stop the Suffering of its People and Release Political Prisoners More than 400 religious leaders and people of faith from across the United States have signed an open letter to the Nicaraguan government. The signers are … Continue reading Religious Leaders and People of Faith Call on the Government of Nicaragua to Stop the Suffering of its People and Release Political Prisoners

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Phone Zap: To ask our representatives to co-sponsor Human Rights Bills for Honduras.

Today, on the 12th anniversary of the 2009 coup in Honduras. Lucha para Honduras Libre and Denver Justice & Peace Committee want to thank you for your calls and emails to Congresswoman Diana DeGette who has taken the lead by being the first Colorado congressperson to sign the Berta Cáceres Human Rights in Honduras Act … Continue reading Phone Zap: To ask our representatives to co-sponsor Human Rights Bills for Honduras.

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DJPC Statement on Bolivia’s and Chile’s Elections

  This month, we congratulate the people of Bolivia and Chile for the results in their recent elections! After a wave of coups and Right-wing victories that swept the hemisphere, these events potentially mark a turning point for Latin America. To realize their potential as turning points, we have to continue organizing and mobilizing, otherwise … Continue reading DJPC Statement on Bolivia’s and Chile’s Elections

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Covid-19 in Latin America: New Challenges in the World’s Most Unequal Region

  By Rafael R. Ioris Finally confirming what many scientists had been saying for the last 20 or so years, a new global pandemic has brought the entire world to a halt in the last five months. The rapid spreading of a new form of coronavirus, called Covid-19, stalled global commercial chains among countries and forced … Continue reading Covid-19 in Latin America: New Challenges in the World’s Most Unequal Region

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Organizations deliver petition with 2000+ signatures against the Asylum Cooperative Agreements (ACAs)

Migrants’ rights organizations deliver petition with 2000+ signatures against the Asylum Cooperative Agreements (ACAs) Learn more and Take Action Leer en español Today, a broad coalition of Central and North American organizations delivered a petition to the U.S. Congress with more than 2000 signatures against the Asylum Cooperative Agreements (ACAs). The agreements, also known as … Continue reading Organizations deliver petition with 2000+ signatures against the Asylum Cooperative Agreements (ACAs)

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Call for Nominations for the Global Justice and Peace Award 2020. Due June 20th.

Call for Nominations: The Global Justice and Peace Award recipient should be an individual or organization doing exemplary work, in solidarity with the people of Latin America. Nominations should include a description of why the individual or group should be considered, and how their work is aligned with DJPC’s mission. Send your nominations to: djpc@denjustpeace.org by … Continue reading Call for Nominations for the Global Justice and Peace Award 2020. Due June 20th.

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Gun violence prevention and migrant justice in Mexico and Colorado. How we work together.

“Gun violence prevention and migrant justice in Mexico and Colorado. How we work together.” On March 3rd, 2020, John Lindsay-Poland did a presentation in Denver as part of the American Friends Service Committee – Colorado Spotlight On! program. If you missed it you are now able to watch the session here. The crisis in migration is … Continue reading Gun violence prevention and migrant justice in Mexico and Colorado. How we work together.

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