JASS Blog

by JASS on June 24, 2021 on 6:59 am

By Laura Zúniga Cáceres

On March 2, 2016, the world suffered the murder of land defender Berta Cáceres. From that moment, those of us who took on the fight for justice pointed out that this act was aimed at stopping the struggle of the Lenca people in defense of the Gualcarque River.

by Rosanna Langara on June 18, 2021 on 9:27 am

"At its very core, Pride is, and will always be, a protest; Pride means fighting back..." Read this emotive blog about Bahaghari Philippines, an LGBTQ+ group fighting for their rights to exist - be seen and valued - in an hostile environment.

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by JASS on March 8, 2021 on 4:39 am

In this blog, JASS Southeast Asia spotlights the pivotal role women are playing to lead and mobilize thousands of people on the streets and online in Myanmar to speak up and stand up against the #militarycoup and demand democracy.

Image from the One Day, One Voice 2020 teaser video
by JASS on December 4, 2020 on 1:46 am

Thousands of women from Cambodia, Indonesia, Burma/Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, and Timor-Leste will spotlighted the theme, “People are the Solution!” through street protests, photo exhibits, murals, and more!

by JASS on December 1, 2020 on 8:44 am

JASS Mesoamerica staff give an analysis of the recent peaceful demonstrations in Guatemala.

by Shereen Essof on August 6, 2020 on 9:39 am

JASS ED, Shereen Essof reminds us that the personal is always political. The Long Haul is an invite, reminder + honor of all long haulers who are on the journey to healing themselves and communities, and transforming the world.

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