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Memoria y Resistencia: Commemoration of the Martyrs of Central America and Colombia

Sunday, November 15, 2020
5-7pm Eastern Time

Sunday, Nov 15

Commemoration of the Martyrs of Central America & Colombia

Online event. More details soon. 

Individual tickets: $40 suggested ticket donation (or free will offering). Click here or mail your donation to IRTF: 3606 Bridge Ave., Cleveland OH 44113

Group tickets: $250 for "table" of 8 people. We are creating places (online) during the evening when you and other members of your group "table" can enjoy each other's company.  If you would like to order a group "table," please fill out the form here or call (216) 961 0003. 

Program book sponsors: Please fill out the form here or call (216) 961 0003 or email by November 11.

More details soon about our panel of speakers from Colombia and Central America. 

On December 2, 1980, four women from the US working with the poor and displaced in El Salvador were kidnapped, raped and murdered by the US-backed military of El Salvador. Two of those women—Jean Donovan and Ursuline Sister Dorothy Kazel—were from Cleveland. In the end, they, along with Maryknoll Sisters Maura Clarke and Ita Ford, met the same fate as thousands of unnamed poor of El Salvador who were killed or disappeared. Join us on Sunday, November 15 as we commemorate their sacrifice, honor their legacy, and recommit ourselves to act in solidarity with poor and marginalized communities in Central America and Colombia.