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We are building transnational grassroots solidarity to resist violence, poverty and oppression in the U.S. and Latin America


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We believe that social transformation is built from the ground up. The Solidarity Collective centers the narratives, histories, and lived experiences of those most-affected by U.S. intervention and corporate extractivism - both in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as within the Diaspora.


We believe in collective liberation and the transformative power of nonviolent social change. The Solidarity Collective builds intersectional people’s power and challenges oppression, racism, militarization and war in all of its forms.

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Become a member of  WFPSC new membership program. Your contribution provides crucial support for Witness for Peace Solidarity Collective's work in building transnational grassroots solidarity to resist U.S. government and corporate policies that contribute to violence, poverty and oppression in the Americas.


Join a delegation to learn directly from grassroots movements in Latin America and the Caribbean building 
a new society based on a life with dignity.


Upcoming Events

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WFP Solidarity Collective Trivia Night

Welcome to our virtual Trivia Night hosted by the WFP Solidarity Collective! Join us for a fun-filled evening of brain-teasing questions and friendly competition, all for a good cause. Test your knowledge on a variety of topics while supporting the important work of the WFPSC. Gather your friends and family for a night of laughs, learning, and prizes. Don't miss out on this opportunity to show off your trivia skills and support our solidarity efforts through a small $5-$50 donation. See you there!


"The delegation experience provoked a deeper part of my humanity that is pervasively dormant in the states. The part that recognizes the well-being of the individual as nurtured by the well-being of the collective; that paints every corner of the country with affirmations of freedom, love, and humanity; the part that smiles effortlessly; laughs a ton; and can repurpose a literal trash dump into a vibrant neighborhood cultural arts cooperative, gallery, and school."

-Ebony Sinnamon Johnson, Advocate for Black Youth, California

Resist violence, poverty and oppression -
become a member today!

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