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"Only when justice and truth come together can you speak of true freedom." Fr. Ignacio Ellacuría, one of the Jesuit priests killed by U.S.-trained soldiers in El Salvador on November 16, 1989 (Photo: UCA)

November 22, 2021
Commemorating 32 years since U.S.-trained military assassinated Jesuit priests and reflecting on lessons for today Read more >>
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November 15, 2021
Analysis from Equipo Maiz on alarming increase in disappearances Read more >>
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Students occupy university campus

University students occupy campus in response to eviction notice from Ministry of Education. Photo credit: Fuerza Estudiantil Salvadoreña (FES).

November 2, 2021
Threat of eviction comes among other recent cuts to university funding. Read more >>
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Feminists protest outside a courthouse in San Salvador, demanding "freedom, justice, and reparation" for women unjustly prosecuted under El Salvador's harsh abortion laws

Feminists protest outside a courthouse in San Salvador, demanding "freedom, justice, and reparation" for women criminalized under El Salvador's harsh abortion laws.

October 28, 2021
Bukele's party in Legislative Assembly votes to uphold the country’s absolute abortion ban Read more >>
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El Salvador's Water Forum holds a press conference on October 22 to warn of monopolies embedded in the government-proposed Water Resources Law. Image Credit: Foro del Agua.

October 26, 2021
[The analysis below is from Salvadoran social movement organization... Read more >>
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