WE CAMPAIGN FOR PEACE, JUSTICE AND SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIES IN LATIN AMERICA

The WFP Solidarity Collective's formation was inspired by the analysis and vision of Berta Cáceres, including the need for movements to inherently reflect the intertwining struggles against capitalism, racism, and patriarchy. 

 

The collective brings together grassroots organizers across the hemisphere, stateside regions, international human rights accompaniers, and our advisors to campaign for peace, justice and sustainable economies in the Americas.

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it is not a crime

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Racial Justice and Identity in Cuba: The Arts and Social Change

Cuba is also a majority Afro-descendant nation, which continues to struggle to advance racial equity. We will look at this history and present conditions, paying particular attention to the way activist and organizations have used art and culture to promote social change, but always contextualized through a lens that contemplates race. 

CUBA

Reimagine the World Through Art

This interactive and educational experience will explore the roots of Afro-Cuban rhythms, the island’s indelible contribution to jazz and popular music in the US, and the history between two nations that has shaped their sounds and stylings across genres and generations. 

CUBA

The People, The Government, US Policy and The Global Community

Learn how a socialist country manages to provide social services, education, health care, food, housing, safety and access to the arts to its citizens in an equitable manner, under the pressure of the US blockade.   

CUBA

Confronting Climate Change and Building Peace: Environmental Justice in Colombia

After decades of armed conflict, the people of Colombia are still fighting to achieve peace and resolution in their nation. However, ecotourism and mega-projects led by multinational groups are not only harming the environment but driving a wedge between the Peace Process 

COLOMBIA

Education Art and Nature

On this delegation you will meet Cubans from all walks of life.  We will visit and study Cuba’s urban and rural educational programs from primary to university levels including professional schools such as the Latin American School of Medicine and the National School of Arts.   

CUBA

ANALYSIS

Act now

COLOMBIA

December 3-12, 2019

This delegation focuses on mass migration as part of the collective struggle against the social, political, and economic crises which have plagued Honduras since the US supported coup in 2009.

U.S Role in Migration

COLOMBIA

January 4-13, 2020

Cuba is also a majority Afro-descendant nation, which continues to struggle to advance racial equity. We will look at this history and present conditions, paying particular attention to the way activist and organizations have used art and culture to promote social change, but always contextualized through a lens that contemplates race.

Racial Justice and Identity in Cuba: The Arts and Social Change

HONDURAS

December 15-24, 2019

This delegation will focus on Cuba’s humanist model and its far-reaching impacts across all sectors of society. We will examine how Cubans have challenged colonialism, capitalism, and imperialism within its revolutionary history.  This delegation is designed for educators, healers, farmers, artists, and activists of color. 

Black Socialist Strategies 

in Holistic Healing and Healthcare

CUBA

January 12 - 21, 2020

This interactive and educational experience will explore the roots of Afro-Cuban rhythms, the island’s indelible contribution to jazz and popular music in the US, and the history between two nations that has shaped their sounds and stylings across genres and generations.

Reimagine the World Through Art

COLOMBIA

December 11-20, 2019

On this delegation, social workers, educators and first-responders--those who experience and hold trauma--will exchange with Cuban organizers, healers and nature lovers to learn about and share strategies for healing, community organizing, environmental justice and nurturing.

Healing Our Land, Healing Ourselves

MEXICO

January 12 - 21, 2020

This interactive and educational experience will explore the roots of Afro-Cuban rhythms, the island’s indelible contribution to jazz and popular music in the US, and the history between two nations that has shaped their sounds and stylings across genres and generations.

Reimagine the World Through Art

ACTION

Ongoing Humanitarian Crisis In Bajo Atrato, Colombia

ACTION

Prevent the Return of Aerial Fumigations In Colombia

CAMPAIGN

Support the Berta Caceres Act! End Military Aid to Honduras

ACTION

Ongoing Humanitarian Crisis In Honduras

ACTION

Nidiria Ruiz Medina Receives Death Threat at Her Home

ACTION

Demand an End to Forced Displacement in Buenaventura, Colombia

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Kalice Allen

Cuba Delegate

Elena Delsamer

Colombia Delegate

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Fight injustice in the Americas and help build a better World!

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WFP Solidarity Collective

P.O. Box 17262

Minneapolis, MN  55417-9998

(for donations, make checks payable to WFP Midwest)