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Home News Organizing Updates Nicaragua Spoke Out, Now It's Your Turn!
Nicaragua Spoke Out, Now It's Your Turn! PDF Print E-mail
Now that SOA Watch's meetings with Ecuador and Nicaragua resulted in the withdrawal from the SOA/ WHINSEC, we must continue to echo the message to the US government: it is past time for self-determination for the people of the Americas, for an end to "military solutions," and for the closure of the SOA/WHINSEC.

SOA Watch has put together a high level delegation of torture survivors, labor leaders, Members of Congress academics, and representatives of religious communities, that stands ready to meet with the Obama administration to discuss these issues.

Please send a letter to Denis McDonough of the White House National Security Council and ask him to meet with the SOA Watch delegation.

Please send your letter to:

Denis McDonough
Deputy National Security Advisor to President Obama
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

The time is now!

Thank you for your work in the movement!

Hendrik Voss
SOA Watch

P.S. All out for the November Vigil! The Mexican Caravan for Peace with Justice and Dignity just stopped at the gates of Fort Benning as part of its 6,000 mile tour through more than 25 cities and communities in ten states—including Los Angeles, Santa Fe, El Paso, Houston, Montgomery, New Orleans, Chicago and New York. Click here for photos.


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