Looking for a gift that supports people-power, not corporate power?


Can you believe that CISPES is celebrating our 30th Anniversary this month? Thismay be our most exciting anniversary yet, because an FMLN government isfinally steering El Salvador in the right direction!

Help us commemorate three decadesof struggles and victories by giving a gift this holiday season that supports people power, not corporate power!

Make a donation of $40 or more to CISPES and we'll send you (or a friend) an 18X24 print depicting a captivating moment in El Salvador's struggle for justice.  Donate $60 or more and we'll send you both! The two stunning prints:

1.)Union supporter posting a sign for May Day labor march on May 1st, 1986.  This was the largest march in El Salvador since the military opened fire on the funeral procession for Monseñor Romero six years earlier.

2.)Mothers of the disappeared march to demand an end to repression.  Thousands were disappeared during the war; many of their families continue to search for justice today.

Many thanks to photographer and solidarity activist Adam Kufeld for donating his artwork. Kufeld's photographyhas been praised by Latin American legends such as Isabel Allende and Eduardo Galeano for his incredible ability to capture the pain, hope, and inspiration of the Salvadoran social movement.

It's easy and secure to give a tax-deductible donation of $40 or more to CISPES, just click here!

By giving one (or two!) of these incredible photographs as a gift to someone who shares your passion for social justice, you will help CISPES's cross-border solidarity movement continue for years to come. This means standing up for people-centered programs put forward by El Salvador's first progressive government, providing direct solidarity to activists fighting deadly mining projects, and building the broad coalitions we need to challenge unjust trade agreements like NAFTA and CAFTA.

Visit our website www.cispes.org to learn more! For stories, saludos, and memories from our 30-year history, check out cispes30years.org.

***If you donate by December 15th we'll send you the print to you or a friend in time for the holidays.  Make your donation today!***

En solidaridad,

Alexis Stoumbelis, CISPES Executive Director

P.S. Help us keep our work against corporate power strong by donating $40 or more today and receive a beautiful 18X24 print to give as a gift this holiday season!

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