Nov 10 event: featuring Josefina Lazo Molina of El Salvador's National Vendors' Movement

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 CISPES Speaking Tour 2007

WE ARE NOT TERRORISTS! ORGANIZING IS DEMOCRACY!
featuring Josefina Lazo Molina of El Salvador's National Vendors' Movement

Saturday, November 10th, 6-8PM
2100 Building - 2100 24th Ave. S., Seattle - click here for map
salvadoran dinner - live music - presentation
bilingual event - childcare available

$10-$20 suggested donation, no one turned away for lack of funds
Contact Seattle CISPES for more information: 206.325.5494, [email protected]

    In May, the government captured working vendors and beat them, and later they began a psychological war by issuing arrest warrants for leaders of our movement. The government wants to stay on good terms with transnational corporations while people are dying. - Josefina Lazo Molina

    Josefina Lazo Molina is a leader of the organized workers of El Salvador's informal sector. For her organizing work, Josefina and members of her movement have been labeled by their government as "terrorists" and members of "organized crime." Josefina is touring the United States to attest to the devastating effects of free trade in El Salvador and increasing repression at the hands of the U.S.-trained Salvadoran police. Josefina has represented her organization in negotiations with the the government's Human Rights office and Ministry of Economy.

 
CISPES Gira de Otoño 2007

NO SOMOS TERRORISTAS! ORGANIZAR ES DEMOCRACIA!
con Josefina Lazo Molina, lider del Movimiento Nacional de Vendedores de El Salvador

Sábado, 10 de Noviembre, 6-8PM
Edificio 2100 (2100 24th Ave. S., Seattle) haga click aqui para mapa
cena salvadoreña - música en vivo - discurso
evento bilingüe - habra cuidado para niños disponible

$10-$20 donativo sugerido, no se negará la entrada a nadie por falta de fondos
Comuníquese con Seattle CISPES para más información: 206.325.5494, [email protected]  En Mayo, la policía capturó vendedores y les golpeó, y luego empezaron con la guerra psicológica al girar ordenes de captura para la dirigencia del movimiento. El gobierno quiere quedar bien con las corporaciones transnacionales mientras su propia gente está muriendo. - Josefina Lazo Molina

    Josefina Lazo Molina es lider de los y las trabajadores organizados del sector informal de El Salvador. Por resultado de su trabajo como organizadora de trabajdores, Josefina y otros miembro/as de su movimiento han sido llamado "terroristas" y participantes del "crimen organizado" por parte de su propio gobierno. Josefina está haciendo una gira en los Estados Unidos para testificar sobre los graves efectos que tiene el libre comercio en El Salvador y la creciente represión de parte de la policia salvadoreña, que recibe entrenamiento del gobierno estadounidense. Josefina ha representado a su organización dentro de negociaciones con la oficina gubernmental de Derechos Humanos y el Ministerio de Economia.

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