Launch of antimilitarist magazine


What: Rompiendo Filas ('breaking ranks') is the 'call to action' and the name of the publication that the Latin American Antimilitarist Network is launching this week. The publication is a response to the challenge of linking reflection, experience and the possibility of change, and for that we bring into dialogue places and voices committed to antimilitarism in Latin America. The publication will come out every six months and it comes with articles, essays, interviews, and stories that reflect the daily experiences and common areas of resistance to militarism in the region. 

Rompiendo Filas is a free magazine and a collective production made by volunteers. You can download it as a PDF from the website and get it in print from local RAMALC member groups.

RAMALC is formed by individuals and antimilitarist groups who agree that the resistance to militarism must be civil, not promoting any kind of military activity. RAMALC is a network that promotes  - through gatherings and nonviolence training - antimilitarism in our society, questioning the military structures and all practices of domination. 

WHEN: Wednesday 16 March
WHO: Antimilitarists from across Latin America and the Caribbean

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