Drop all Charges against Water Defenders in Tacuba!

Send emails to El Salvador's Attorney General calling on him to stop criminalizing environmental defenders and to U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador Jean Manes telling her to drop her support for the Attorney General!

If you were born in El Salvador or have a parent who was, use this link

If you are an international ally, use this link

Mensaje al Fiscal General de la República: ¡Cese a la criminalización de defensores del agua Tacuba!
Mensaje a la Embajadora estadounidese Jean Manes: ¡Alto al respaldo público del Fiscal!

Si es salvadoreño/a en el exterior, favor de usar este enlace

Si es aliado internacional, favor de usar este enlace


Learn more about the unjust persecution of community leaders in Tacuba:

NACLA: Water Wars in El Salvador by Hilary Goodfriend

Oxfam: Portraits in Dignity video (in Spanish with English subtitles)

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