Alejandro Alfaro, a Guatemalan and former employee of COPAE (the San Marcos’ Catholic Diocese’ Pastoral Commission of Peace and Ecology) will share his experiences working with the communities in Guatemala’s Western Highlands who are opposing the chemical mining taking place in their territories. The story of their lives is a story of success, grief, and hope. He will also promote ways to support this struggle for life.
Thursday March 17
Denver Justice & Peace Committee
at Highlands United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
3131 Osceola Street, Denver 80212
(corner of 32nd and Osceola)
Free parking is available in the lot east of the building as well as along the street. Enter through the door located on Osceola Street.