While state forces threaten their safety and dignity, Indigenous peoples and migrants resist with creativity and resilience. Join us to learn about resource extraction, migration, and the work of Indigenous peoples to build a world beyond colonial borders in this webinar with Silvia Raqueq, Migration Program Coordinator of Association Pop No’j, Guatemala.
This educational session will prepare you to take action with CRLN, which is in a wide coalition campaign to end the Asylum Cooperation Agreements (ACAs) with Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. The ACAs are the agreements that allow the U.S. to deport asylum seekers and require them to seek asylum in these three countries. None of these countries has a well-functioning asylum process or the capacity to give deported people shelter and food until they receive asylum. None of these agreements has been approved by any Congress, and, in Guatemala’s case, were signed by the President over the objection of its highest court.
Registration information for this webinar will be sent out soon.