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1932's Massacre in El Salvador

Date:
Saturday, January 22, 2005
Time:
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
Speaker
Organizer/Author:
jorge
Location Details:
Mission Presbyterian Church @ 23rd & Capp St, San Francisco.
(Between Mission & S. Van Ness, 2 blocks from 24th St. BART)

Salvadoran historian visits California

SAN FRANCISCO; January 10th, 2005 – Salvadoran historian Americo Araujo will be the main speaker at a forum about the 1932 massacre in El Salvador on its 73rd anniversary.

The peasant/indigenous upraising of 1932 only lasted a few days but was put down with the worst massacre in the Americas during the 20th Century. “La Matanza” practically wiped out indigenous people in El Salvador, it also obliterated the nascent Salvadoran revolutionary movement with the execution of most of its leadership, including the legendary Farabundo Marti.

Donation Suggested: $5.00

Salvadoran Food will be sold at the event

Sponsors: Stop Impunity Project, Proyecto Miramundo, SF Green Party & FMLN-San Francisco (Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front)

Added to the calendar on Wed, Jan 12, 2005 11:09PM
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