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Sister Parish, Inc. promotes intercultural and ecumenical understanding by establishing linkages between churches in the United States and faith-based communities in Central America. Our members tell you more in the brief video Introduction to Sister Parish.
Tag Archives: human rights
A number of Sister Parish member churches have recently responded to calls for action on migration and U.S. policy. Wallingford UMC has organized a trip to the border with Opening Borders and coordinated visits to a local detention center. St. … Continue reading
In English El 8 de marzo de 2014, miles de personas se juntaron para conmemorar el Día Internacional de la Mujer en Guatemala. La marcha fue festiva y a la vez creó un espacio para que las mujeres hablaran sobre … Continue reading
En español On March 8, 2014, thousands of people gathered to commemorate International Women’s Day in Guatemala. The march was celebratory and created a space for women to talk about how they continue to fight for equal rights. — In … Continue reading
(This article was originally posted by StopMining.org) San Salvador, February 4th, 2012 The NationalRoundtable Against Metallic Mining in El Salvador(La Mesa) reiterated in a press conference thismorning its petition for the Salvadoran Government to introduce legislation to place a definite ban to … Continue reading
Last month, Guatemala made history when it became the first country to decide to try a former leader for genocide on home soil. On January 28, a judge ruled that General Jose Efrain Rios Montt would stand trial for acts of genocide … Continue reading