Carol Chomsky Forest

Noam horse-riding

The great knot of mountains known as the Colombian Massif is the birthplace of the Magdalena, Cauca, Caqueta and Patia Rivers. Containing 362 bodies of water in the mountains, this area is the source of 70% of the water for human consumption and irrigation in the region.

Multi-national mining companies with the blessing of the Colombian government threaten to destroy the pristine resources of this area.

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The Colombia Support Network is a grassroots organization, with 501 (c)(3) status, created to give solidarity to the Colombian people through sister city projects, delegations and petitions to educate members of the U.S. government. We also invite guest speakers and carry out outreach activities through print and electronic mediums.

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Urgent Action

Represenative Mark Pocan’s Letter to the DHS on Colombian Paramilitaries

Click here for 1-18-17 Letter to DHS on Colombian Paramilitaries Representatives Mark Pocan, James P. McGovern, Barbara Lee, and Henry “Hank” …

Latest News

SAN JOSE DE APARTADO, 20 YEARS OF DISSOCIATION FROM THE WAR

More than 366 deaths suffered after this community decided to reject the armed conflict. By Miguel Angel Espinosa Borrero El …

There’s No Arguing with the Facts: Reports on Paramilitaries from the Peace Community

(Translated by Eunice Gibson, CSN Volunteer Translator) Sent by cdpsanjose on Friday, February 24, 2017 at 8:32 a.m. Once again …

The frightening issue that could destroy Colombia’s peace deal

Source:https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/the_americas/the-frightening-issue-that-could-destroy-colombias-peace-deal/2017/01/02/3e0a7fec-c304-11e6-92e8-c07f4f671da4_story.html?tid=ss_mail&utm_term=.18db10c6aa14 By Nick Miroff   January 3rd, 2017 CALOTO, Colombia — After a half-century of war, peace has come to …

Join us for our annual Freeze for Peace

Help show your support for our sister community in San José de Apartadó by participating in either a 5K run/walk …

Editorials

CSN’s Letter to the Progressive Caucus

Colombia Support Network addressed the following letter to the U.S Congressional Progressive Caucus. We request that this letter be circulated …