Think globally and act locally. Denver activists will be taking the mantra to heart this Friday, when they rally in front of the Guatemalan Consulate to have a former military leader tried for human rights violations.
In an action that will coincide with other protests around the country, the Denver Justice and Peace Committee (DJPC) is working with Amnesty International to bring attention to the legacy of Jos
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