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Join LA CASA for a viewing of Somos Una América and a discussion. Somos Una América is a powerful documentary about the School of the Americas (SOA) and the incredible efforts of people across the Americas to end U.S. militarization in Latin America and the Caribbean. Located at Fort Benning, Georgia, the SOA is a combat training school for Latin American and Caribbean soldiers.
The event will be an opportunity to celebrate the resistance and commemorate victims of U.S. sponsored military violence.
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