CUSLAR : New books, upcoming events, and discussion

At the next Alternatives Cafe we will be joined by Tim Shenk, the coordinator of CUSLAR, to discuss upcoming events and new books added to their collection at the library. As always, refreshments are provided as part of the Alternatives Cafe!

March 19th – 3:00 – 4:00pm

at the Durland Alternatives Library

127 Anabel Taylor Hall

The Committee on U.S.-Latin American Relations (CUSLAR) is a Cornell University-based organization, founded in 1965, which seeks to promote justice and mutual understanding among the people of the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean. The members of CUSLAR are a diverse group of people united in our concern about the role of the United States in the social, political and economic affairs of the region. CUSLAR supports the right of the people of Latin America and the Caribbean to self-determination and control over decisions that affect their lives and communities.

Check-out CUSLAR’s newsletter, Winter 2015

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Ryan Clover-Owens

I'm on a mission to prove that we can live in a society that reconciles with our history, respects difference, cherishes the land and animals, and can create solutions to the challenges we face.