Struggle-La Lucha is sharing this July 10 message from the Aurora Women’s Club and Red Carnation anti-fascist group in the Donetsk People’s Republic. Translation by SLL’s Greg Butterfield.
In Colombia, where leftist FARC guerrillas signed a peace agreement with the government in 2016, far-right terror is now raging. One by one, leaders of social movements, defenders of the rights of peasants and Indigenous people, human rights defenders and civilians are being killed.
Last week, Tatiana Paola Posso Espitia was killed – the 727th victim of the terror. She helped people affected by the civil war. In total, about 1,000 leaders of social movements in Colombia have been threatened with death. Fifty percent of them are women.
It’s time to say “Enough!” to terror and impunity. We join all those who express solidarity with the social movement of Colombia.
No more deaths! #NiUnMuertoMas
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