Fri, 1 April 2011
12.3 Mb mono 23 minutes
Gabriela talks with community radio from the Washington Office of School of Americas' Watch. She traces the history of this anti-war movement from its creation about the time of the death of Salvadoran Archbishop Romero at the hands of US. trained Death Squads. They track the careers and movements of graduates from the School who are linked to gross human rights violations, and their current work of persuading progressive Latin American governments not to send candidates to be trained by the US. The role of Obama in current US/Latin American relationships is assessed, and the significance of his visit to the burial place of Archbishop Romero, in his recent visit to El Salvador.