TPS Bus Journey for Justice dinner and presentation

St. Pius Church Basement 1919 S Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL

Join the members of the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Bus Journey for Justice for dinner at St. Pius' church basement, 1919 S. Ashland Ave., Chicago, at 5pm, September 6, for dinner and a presentation about the effort to save TPS in the face of the Trump Administration's decision to terminate the program.

“Memory, Truth and Justice in Guatemala”

Maria Luisa Rosal, staff person at the School of the Americas Watch, will be in Chicago to talk about the importance of historical memory in relation to the disappearance and assassination of people during the Guatemalan civil war (1960-1996), U.S. involvement in that war, the efforts of family members to find out the truth of[…]

IRTF Human Rights Banquet – Fiesta de Derechos Humanxs

Julia de Burgos Center 2800 Archwood Ave, Cleveland, OH

On Sunday, November 12, 2023, the InterReligious Task Force on Central America (IRTF) will commemorate the 43rd anniversary of the martyrdom of Clevelanders in El Salvador. On December 2, 1980—four women (including CWRU alumna, Jean Donovan and Ursuline Sister, Dorothy Kazel) paid with their lives for deciding to stay in solidarity with oppressed and marginalized peoples, despite political[…]

ICPJ Latin America Caucus’ Honduras: Human Rights Crisis & Forced Migration

Church of the Good Shepherd 2145 Independence Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI

​Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice centers racial and economic justice as we address the root causes of violence from oppression, poverty, environmental devastation, patriarchy, and war. Thanks to our co-sponsors Church of the Good Shepherd, U of M Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies and the Huron Valley Democratic Socialists of America. Register Here

Celebrando Alternativas Comunitarias – La Voz de los de Abajo

18th Street Casa de Cultura 2057 W 18th St., Chicago, IL

Blanca Valladares de Red COMAL en Honduras comparte cómo la agricultura comunitaria, las cooperativas y los productos locales han respaldado a las comunidades en resistencia durante los últimos 30 años. Celebrating Community Alternatives- Blanca Valladares from Red COMAL in Honduras shares how for 30 years, community agriculture, cooperatives, and local products have supported communities in resistance.

Saint Óscar Romero Commemoration Event

Inga Bookstore 1740 W. 18th St., Chicago

Join us as CRLN gladly collaborates with the Alma de Izote Collective for a special event honoring Saint Oscar Romero. Alma de Izote is a dedicated solidarity group comprising individuals from El Salvador and allies, committed to fostering social, cultural, and political education and dialogue within the Chicago community.

2024 Virtual Open House

Rescheduled Open House! We have rescheduled our Open House to be able to welcome two of our partners from the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Center in Havana. Reverend Izett Samá Hernández and Loyet García Broche have at long last received U.S. visas and can join us in person for a week of events. We[…]