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Our grassroots solidarity model only works because people like you participate! Since our founding in 1980, we have been guided by the conviction that we all have a role to play in challenging US intervention and supporting the struggles for social and economic justice in Latin America that could light the way to a better world.

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My monthly donation is a small but meaningful way to invest in solidarity, sustain my own engagement in la lucha, and ensure that CISPES staff can count on funds to continue their important work.” - Amanda Kistler, Washington, DC

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Undocumented immigrants from El Salvador wait to be deported on an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) deportation flight bound for San Salvador on December 8, 2010 in Mesa, Arizona. John Moore / Getty

Activists with The Central American Refugee Center (CARACEN) demanding Legal Permanent Residency for Central American TPS beneficiaries. (National TPS Alliance)