Join me in Miami this weekend for a march on U.S. Southern Command
The U.S. Southern Command, located outside of Miami, is the brains behind the U.S. military domination of Latin America and the Caribbean. We need to close it, to reclaim the sacred land for the peoples of the Americas.
Join me this weekend in Miami for a forum and rally to close U.S. Southern Command and de-activate the Fourth Fleet and the School of the Americas.
No reservation is necessary — simply join me this weekend in Miami at either or both of these events:
- Forum on U.S. militarization and resistance in the Americas
Saturday, Oct. 8, 2:00 to 7:00 PM
St. Thomas University, Library Building, Convocation Hall
16401 NW 37th Avenue, Opa-Locka (view map and get directions)
- Rally and march to the gates of U.S. Southern Command
Sunday, Oct. 9, 12 noon
APWU Union Office Parking lot
2500 N.W. 97 Ave.
(On the northwest corner of 25th Street and 97th Ave. There is a exit off the 826 highway for N.W. 25th Street)
Doral. Florida 33172
I’ll be presenting a workshop on Saturday talking about FOR’s Continental Campaign and the principles of building South-North solidarity.
Both events are free, and I hope to see you there!
Can’t make it to Miami? Take a moment to endorse the principles of the march and show your support. If you’d like to stay informed about our work in this area, be sure to join FOR’s Stopping U.S. Militarism in Latin America campaign, and consider making a donation to support our work.
For more than 200 years, the United States, with its military, has been interfering in the internal affairs of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. We hope this weekend will be one step toward ending this outrageous policy!