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Workers hold signs demanding job security, an end to public sector layoffs, and freedom of association.

November 4, 2022
On October 31, organized labor took to the streets on the Day of the Salvadoran Unionist, uniting in struggle against what they... Read more >>
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Military deployment in Comasagua, photo courtesy of Camilo Freedman

October 26, 2022
Earlier this month, international news... Read more >>
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Satellite image shows tropical storm Julia gathering over Central America. Photo credit: NASA/Terra-MODIS, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

October 12, 2022
On Monday, October 10, tropical storm Julia passed over El Salvador, pummeling it with heavy rains and winds, and leaving in its... Read more >>
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Comic by Kolectivo San Jacinto that depicts General Maximiliano Hernández Martínez whispering to Nayib Bukele, "Congratulations young man, you're almost like me."

October 6, 2022
On September 15, in the wake of massive popular movement demonstrations protesting his administration, President Nayib Bukele... Read more >>
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Feminists gather in 2019 outside a criminal court in San Salvador, demanding release of a Evelyn, a woman incarcerated under El Salvador's abortion laws and later freed due to feminist advocacy and grassroots struggle. Photo credit: CISPES.

September 28, 2022
September 28 is recognized around the world as “International Safe Abortion Day.” The day is rooted in... Read more >>
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