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El Salvador Let The Food Come In
Maker: Adam Kufeld; Interfaith Campaign in Support of Repatriation and Repopulation in El Salvador; Barrio Graphics
Date Made: 1988
Place Made: United States: Washington, D.C.
Measurements: 56 cm x 43 cm; 22 1/16 in x 16 15/16 in
Main Subject: El Salvador (Latin America: Caribbean and Central America)
Materials: paper (fiber product)
El Salvador President Duarte, Stop the Policy of Forced Hunger Let The Food Come In Do not be afraid! Should you pass through the Red Sea, I will be with you. (Exodus, Isaiah 43) In October of 1987, 4,500 Salvadoran refugees living in forced exile for eight years in Honduras repatriated to El Salvador. Accompanied by Salvadoran and international religious communities, they are determined to rebuilt their bombed-out homes and live with dignity. As part of the U.S.-funded counterinsurgency plan, the government and Armed Forces of President Duarte are preventing the entry of food to these communities and engaging in a systematic violation of their human rights. Please join the national drive to "Let the Food Come In". For more information please contact GOING HOME, Interfaith Campaign in Support of Repatriation and Repopulation in El Salvador. Box 24 Cardinal Station, Washington, D.C. 20064. Tel. (202) 635-5552 Labor Donated
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