Coalition for Central America Records, 1979-1996

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Coalition for Central America
Title
Coalition for Central America Records
Dates
1979-1996 (inclusive)
Quantity
18.5 cubic feet
Collection Number
MG 405 (collection)
Summary
Correspondence, newsletters, news clippings, minutes, financial reports, membership lists, and research materials of a Moscow area civic group formed to change U.S. foreign policy in Central America.
Repository
University of Idaho Library, Special Collections and Archives
Special Collections and Archives
University of Idaho Library
875 Perimeter Drive
MS 2350
Moscow, ID
83844-2350
Telephone: 2088850845
libspec@uidaho.edu
Languages
This collection is in English.
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Historical NoteReturn to Top

The Coalition for Central America was a grassroots organization based in Moscow, Idaho from 1985 until 1996. The group was originally called the Moscow Central America Solidarity Organization. The name was changed in 1986 to reflect a wider outreach effort. The purpose of the coalition was to raise public awareness and change U.S. foreign policy in Central America. Later, the group's efforts included other countries and causes in the region around Central America, South America, and Mexico. Education concerning global issues such as nuclear proliferation and the environmental were also advanced.

A core group of approximately 60 individuals began outreach activities in the Moscow/Pullman area. Weekly meetings were held at the Idaho Campus Christian Center near the University of Idaho. Office space was eventually rented in a downtown Moscow building. A reference library and resource center was open to the public and included magazines, newspapers, books, and information related to other national and international organizations.

Education and outreach activities included publication of a quarterly newsletter, Focus, letter-writing campaigns to elected officials, petition gathering, public speakers and film presentations. Humanitarian aid campaigns to provide shipments of food, medical supplies, farm equipment, and school materials to Central America were organized by the group. Fundraising events were held throughout the year with a food booth at Moscow's Renaissance Fair as a major money-maker.

The Moscow/Pullman area's Coalition for Central America was, at its largest, composed of 200 members, with an additional 400 to 500 members and volunteers outside the region.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The records of the Coalition for Central America span the years 1979 to 1996, with the bulk of the material covering the years 1986 to 1996. Some collected materials predate the organization's founding.

Included in the records are general correspondence, news clippings, newsletters and working files, resource materials, financial reports, minutes, membership lists, and research materials published by other organizations.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Acquisition Information

Gift of Kenton Bird, August 1997.

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

I. AdministrationReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
A. General
Box Folder
1 1
"Broadside Reagan" Campaign
2
1983
1 2
"Sojourners"
3
1987
1 3
10th Anniversary Dinner
17
1996
1 4
Actions and Projects
18
1986
1 5
Administrative Log Books and Registers
2
1989
1 6
Administrative Log Books and Registers
3
1991-1992
1 7
Administrative Log Books and Registers
3
1992-1995
1 8
Administrative Log Books and Registers
3
1989-1993
1 9
Administrative Log Books and Registers
2
1990-1995
1 10
Agenda and Related Material
17
1988
1 11
Agenda and Related Material
24
1989-1991
1 12
Agenda and Related Material
9
April 1986
1 13
Agenda and Related Material
4
April 1987
1 14
Agenda and Related Material
17
August 1986
1 15
Agenda and Related Material
9
December 1986
1 16
Agenda and Related Material
3
February 1986
1 17
Agenda and Related Material
4
February 1987
1 18
Agenda and Related Material
15
January 1987
1 19
Agenda and Related Material
16
July 1986
1 20
Agenda and Related Material
16
June 1986
1 21
Agenda and Related Material
1
June 1987
1 22
Agenda and Related Material
4
March 1986
1 23
Agenda and Related Material
5
March 1987
1 24
Agenda and Related Material
4
May 1986
1 25
Agenda and Related Material
8
May 1987
1 26
Agenda and Related Material
27
November 1986
1 27
Agenda and Related Material
14
October 1986
1 28
Agenda and Related Material
17
September 1986
1 29
Agenda, Goals, Correspondence
25
1986-1987
1 30
Agendas, Newsletters, Photographs, Posters
14
1988-1989
1 31
Agendas
6
1991-1993
1 32
Agendas, Membership Lists
7
1995
1 33
Agendas, Minutes
55
1986-1988
1 34
Agendas, News Releases, Minutes, Posters
70
n.d.
1 35
AGEUS Student Visit
10
1985
1 36
Alexander Cockburn Visit
3
n.d.
1 37
Anti-Military Recruitment Brochures
4
n.d.
1 38
Appeal Letters, Annual Retreat
20
1989-1994
1 39
Archbishop Oscar Romero Memorial Service
3
1985
1 40
Artwork
25
n.d.
2 41
Blank Order Forms for Office Supplies
2
n.d.
2 42
Board Agendas, Office Procedures
13
1987
2 43
Board Meeting Notes
5
1993-1994
2 44
Board Minutes, Articles of Incorporation
48
1986-1987
2 45
Boise Chapter
4
1989-90
2 46
Brochure
4
1990
2 47
Budget
14
1986-1987
2 48
Bulk Mailing Information
2
n.d.
2 49
Citizens Petition on US Foreign Policy
6
1987
2 50
Nicaragua Delegation
1
1990
2 51
Campus Christian Center Rental
2
1989
2 52
Catalogs
37
1985 1988
2 53
Committees, Organizational Chart, and Related Material
19
n.d.
2 54
Chants, Songs
2
n.d.
2 55
Clipart
28
n.d.
2 56
Clipart
100
n.d.
2 57
Clipart
26
n.d.
2 58
Coffee Project
10
1988, 1992
2 59
Committees
1
1990
2 60
Computer Software Information
2
n.d.
2 61
Consultant Report, Audio Cassette
15
1987
2 62
Contact Name Card
3
n.d.
2 63
Coordinator Position Vacancy
1
1994
2 64
Coordinator's Report, Tom Lamar
5
September 1988
2 65
Corporate 800 Numbers
2
n.d.
2 66
Correspondence, Financial, Latah County Fair, Related Material
16
n.d.
2 67
Correspondence, Fliers, Agendas Posters, Sister City
36
n.d.
2 68
Cynthia Snelson's Artwork
33
n.d.
2 69
Educational Resources
37
n.d.
2 70
El Salvador Campaign
2
Fall 1988
2 71
El Salvador Newspaper Materials
2
1989
2 72
El Salvador- US Assistance
1
1990
2 73
Event Fliers
9
1993-1996
2 74
Event Fliers, Originals and Tickets
16
n.d.
2 75
Financial
2
1986-1987
2 76
Financial
4
1986-1987
2 77
Financial
10
1987-1992
2 78
Financial
2
1988
2 79
Financial
2
1989
2 80
Financial
14
1992-1993
2 81
Financial
8
1993-1994
2 82
Financial
2
1994-1995
2 83
Financial Information
12
1990
2 84
Financial, Fliers, Correspondence
38
n.d.
2 85
Fliers and Related Materials
6
n.d.
2 86
Fliers, Agendas, Rendezvous, Catalogs
39
1992-1993
2 87
Fliers, Newsletters and Related Material
25
n.d.
2 88
Fliers, Publications, Posters, Photos and Slides
18
n.d.
2 89
Foley Petitions
115
n.d.
2 90
Foley Petitions
100
n.d.
2 91
Foley Petitions
110
n.d.
2 92
Foley Petitions
150
n.d.
3 93
Foreign Policy Aids
1
1990
3 94
Fundraising Information from Related Organizations
11
n.d.
3 95
Fundraising Letters
2
n.d.
3 96
Fundraising Workshop
9
1987
3 97
Grangeville Chapter
11
1987
3 98
Graphics, Profile Photos, Newspaper Clippings
35
n.d.
3 99
Graphics, Publications
23
1985-1987
3 100
Human Rights Day
3
December 1988
3 101
Humanitarian Aid
3
1994
3 102
Humanitarian Aid, Quest for Peace
5
1990-1991
3 103
Incoming/Outgoing Phone Logs
2
1987
3 104
Incoming/Outgoing Phone Logs
3
1987-1991
3 105
Inland Northwest Nicaraguan Clothing Project, Cassette
10
1991
3 106
Interim Charter
2
n.d.
3 107
Interim Charter Fact Sheet
1
n.d.
3 108
Internet Information
1
1995
3 109
Inter-Office Memos
2
1987
3 110
K. Bird’s Central America Trip
12
Jan/Feb 1986
3 111
K. Bird’s Central America Trip
5
Jan/Feb 1986
3 112
K. Bird's Central America Trip
9
May 1987
3 113
KUTAMBA Benefit Dance
9
February 1987
3 114
Letterhead, Envelopes
3
n.d.
3 115
Local Media News clippings
18
1986-1989
3 116
Logo
3
1987
3 117
Magic Valley, Twin Falls, Telephone Tree
4
1987-1988
3 118
Mail Order Catalogs
12
n.d.
3 119
Mailing List and Labels
2
n.d.
3 120
Mailing Lists
17
n.d.
3 121
Material Aid Campaign
4
1988
3 122
Financial Records
11
1985
3 123
Minutes, Correspondence, Financial
33
1985-1986
3 124
Newsletter, Drafts and Related Materials
22
1985
3 125
Media Addresses
2
n.d.
3 126
Meeting Information
9
n.d.
3 127
Meetings, Notes, Minutes
28
1990
3 128
Member Lists
13
n.d.
3 129
Member Mailing Lists, Fact Cards
14
n.d.
3 130
Membership Changes and Additions
43
1990
3 131
Membership Forms
3
n.d.
3 132
Membership Information Forms
2
1990
3 133
Membership Lists
100
1990
3 134
Mike Farrell's Visit
10
1991
3 135
Minutes
16
1991
3 136
Minutes, Agendas, Publications
31
1990-1992
3 137
Moscow and Pullman City Maps
3
n.d.
3 138
Moscow City Council Resolution
5
1985
3 139
Moscow Crazy Days
10
1995
3 140
Multicultural Arts Series
11
1994
3 141
Newport Chapter
1
1987
3 142
Newsletter Graphics
27
n.d.
4 143
Newsletters, Correspondence, Fliers
11
n.d.
4 144
Nicaragua Clothing Project Lists
43
1991
4 145
Notes, "Organizing a Group"
2
n.d.
4 146
Occasional Paper "Guatemala Today"
1
1987
4 147
Occasional Paper: "Will the Real Contras Please Stand Up?
1
n.d.
4 148
Office Space Discussions
2
n.d.
4 149
One World Trading Co.
5
n.d.
4 150
OXFAM: Tools Campaign
4
1987
4 151
PalousaFest
9
1995
4 152
Palouse Lentil Drive
14
1989
4 153
Petition (blank copies)
4
n.d.
4 154
Petition
38
Spring 1987
4 155
Petition
46
Spring 1987
4 156
Petition
14
Spring 1987
4 157
Petition
80
Spring 1987
4 158
Petition
65
Spring 1987
4 159
Petition
55
Spring 1987
4 160
Petition: Anti Contra Aid
2
1989-1990
4 161
Petition: Anti Contra Aid
3
March 1986
4 162
Pilar Martinez Visit
15
1985
4 163
Pledge Drive
1
1987
4 164
Pocatello Chapter
1
1988
4 165
Political Cartoons
2
n.d.
4 166
Posters and Anti-Reagan Petitions
5
n.d.
4 167
Posters and Related Materials
5
n.d.
4 168
Projects File
12
1986
4 169
Publications List
2
1994
4 170
Quick Reference Sheets
2
n.d.
4 171
Reading Room Orders
6
1987
4 172
Regional Expansion Draft Letters
7
1987
4 173
Regionalization
1
1989
4 174
Renaissance Fair
2
1987
4 175
Renaissance Fair
9
1989
4 176
Renaissance Fair
11
1990
4 177
Renaissance Fair
15
1991
4 178
Renaissance Fair, Mardi Gras
29
1991-1994
4 179
Renaissance Fair, Volunteer Lists, Mexico Crisis
34
1993-1995
4 180
Renaissance Fair
23
1993-1994
4 181
Renaissance Fair
4
1994
4 182
Renaissance Fair, Agendas
32
1994
4 183
Renaissance Fair
3
1995
4 184
Renaissance Fair
11
1995-1996
4 185
Rendezvous
6
1991
4 186
Report to Members "Maturing of a Coalition"
1
1986
4 187
Sandpoint Interest Group
5
1987
4 188
Signed Petitions, Song Sheets, Congressional Correspondence
29
n.d.
4 189
Sister City Project
28
1986
4 190
Sister City Project
25
1986-1987
4 191
Sister City Project
18
1991
4 192
Slade Gorton Radio Transcript
1
1990
4 193
Spanish Classes, Alaskans Concerned About Latin America
1
1990
4 194
Speaker’s Bureau
12
1989
4 195
Speakers Bureau
6
1989-1990
4 196
Special Meeting at LCSC
2
December 1986
4 197
Speeches and Notes,
23
1987
4 198
Speeches, Minutes, Notes, Correspondence
47
1986-1990
4 199
Subscription Cards (blank)
4
n.d.
4 200
Subscription Drive
4
1989-1990
4 201
Supplies Project
11
1986-87
4 202
Survey for Volunteers
5
April 1987
4 203
Teach-in Material
15
n.d.
4 204
Telephone Tree
10
Summer/Fall 1987
4 205
Telephone Tree/Mail Only Lists
1
1990
4 206
Tools for Peace and Justice, Donors
31
1986
4 207
Triticum Press, T-Shirt Project
3
1987
4 208
Twin Falls Related Organizations
2
n.d.
4 209
Video Ordering
1
n.d.
4 210
Volunteer Activity Ideas
1
n.d.
4 211
Volunteer sheets (blank)
2
n.d.
4 212
Voter Registration Facts
2
1986
4 213
Washington Post
9
1986-87
4 214
Working File
9
1995
B. Correspondence
Box Folder
5 215
General
43
1981-1991
5 216
Letters, Photographs, Articles, Cards
35
n.d.
5 217
General
37
1981-1988
5 218
General
47
January-May, 1994
5 219
General
52
June-September, 1994
5 220
E-mail (1 of 2)
50
1995
5 221
E-mail (2 of 2)
50
1995
5 222
General
46
1993-1995
5 223
General
25
1988-1994
5 224
Quest Clothing Project
2
1991
5 225
General
32
1987-1993
5 226
"How to Write a Congressman" Handouts
2
n.d.
5 227
Cuzcatlan Communications Bulletin Board
1
n.d.
5 228
Barry Rigby
4
n.d.
5 229
BAUD Telecommunications Corp.
7
n.d.
5 230
ZAPLINK Telecommunications
2
n.d.
5 231
OXFAM
1
n.d.
5 232
Central American Historical Institute
1
n.d.
5 233
Father Bernard Survil
7
1985-1986
5 234
Outgoing
14
1985-1988
5 235
Public Correspondence
6
n.d.
5 236
Center for International Policy
1
n.d.
5 237
Coalition for a New Foreign Policy
1
n.d.
5 238A
Friends Committee on National Legislation
1
n.d.
5 238B
Public
23
1986-1990
5 238C
General
15
1995-1996
C. Newsletters/Leaflets
Box Folder
6 239
Newsletters
3
1986
6 240
Newsletter Working File
14
1986
6 241
Newsletter Working File
3
1987
6 242
Newsletters
51
1987
6 243
Newsletters
44
1988
6 244
Newsletters
10
1989
6 245
News clippings
22
1989
6 246
News clippings Working File
17
1989-1990
6 247
Focus
7
1990
6 248
Focus
2
March 1990
6 249
Focus Working File
8
October 1990
6 250
Focus News clipping File
20
October 1990
6 251
Focus Working File
24
April/May1991
6 252
Focus Working File
19
1991
6 253
Focus
10
1991
6 254
Focus Working File
6
1991
6 255
Focus Working File
26
1991
6 256
Focus Working File
22
December 1991
6 257
Focus Working File
2
February 1992
6 258
Focus Working File
23
April/May 1992
6 259
Focus Working File
16
March 1992
6 260
Focus Working File
1
January 1992
6 261
Focus Working File
19
June/July 1992
6 262
Focus Working File
35
1992
6 263
Focus Working File
19
1992
6 264
Focus Working File
3
1992-1993
6 265
Focus
2
October/November 1993
6 266
Focus Working File
13
1993
6 267
Focus Working File
18
1990-1994
6 268
Focus Working File
46
1990-1994
6 269
Focus Working File
11
1994
6 270
Focus Inserts
11
1994
6 271
Newsletters and Related Material
55
1988-1995
6 272
Focus Working File
34
August/September 1992
6 273
Newsletter Master Plan
1
6 274
Newsletter Graphics and Layout File
7
6 275
General Graphics File
81
6 276
Press Release
1
December 1986
6 277
Press Releases
2
1987-1988
6 278
Press Releases
5
1986-1990
7 279
Focus
6
1990
7 280
Focus Working File
7
March 1990
7 281
Focus and Related Material
13
1991
7 282
Focus
7
1992
7 283
Focus Working File
6
1992-1993
7 284
Focus
4
1993
7 285
Focus
3
1994
7 286
Focus
3
1995
7 287
Focus Working File
21
Summer 1995
7 288
Focus Working File
46
Fall 1995
7 289
Focus Working File
22
Spring 1996
7 290
Focus Working File
19
Winter 1996
7 291
News Digest Working File
7
1994
7 292
Newsletters Received
13
1994-1995
7 293
Brochure Update
1
1990
7 294
NICA Disinformation Campaign
6
1989
7 295
Personal Computer Picture Graphics
7
1991

II. Resource MaterialReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
A. Research
1. General
Box Folder
8 296
"Closing of La Prensa"
1
1986
8 297
"How Foreign Policy Is Made"
1
1985
8 298
"Liberation Theology"
2
n.d.
8 299
"Low Intensity Conflict"
1
1986
8 300
Pensamiento propio
1
1985
8 301
Arias Peace Plan
24
1987
8 302
Arizona Sanctuary Movement
37
n.d.
8 303
Articles
39
1982-1986
8 304
Articles
25
1987-1995
8 305
Artwork
14
n.d.
8 306
Asia
20
n.d.
8 307
Ben Linder Memorial Fund
7
n.d.
8 308
Ben Linder Tour
10
1987-1992
8 309
Bill Katra-Liberation Theology Paper
1
n.d.
8 310
Borah Symposium
16
1982, 1986
8 311
Borah Symposium
4
1983
8 312
Borah Symposium
3
1984
8 313
Borah Symposium
1
1984
8 314
Central America-General
9
n.d.
8 315
Central America-General
34
n.d.
8 316
Central America-News Resources
3
n.d.
8 317
Central America-Primer by LASO
1
1983
8 318
Central America-Related Materials
4
n.d.
8 319
Central America-Statistics
3
n.d.
8 320
Central America-US Troops
2
n.d.
8 321
Central America-Viet Nam Comparison
3
n.d.
8 322
CIA "Fm 95-IA Guerilla War Manual"
1
n.d.
8 323
Congress: Soviets in Latin America
12
n.d.
8 324
Congressional Record
4
1986
8 325
Contadora File and Related Material
18
n.d.
8 326
Court Cases
3
1987-1988
8 327
Daily Evergreen
1
1987
8 328
Directory for Moscow Voters
1
1989
8 329
Directory of Peace Groups in WA
1
1989
8 330
Eastern Washington University
1
1989
8 331
Economics-Central America Presidents Meeting
2
1990
8 332
New York Times
1
1989
8 333
National Catholic Reporter
1
March 1986
8 334
Gallup Polls
5
1987-1988
8 335
Government Information, Releases
6
n.d.
8 336
Guide to Citizen Action
1
n.d.
8 337
Gulf War
3
1991
8 338
Honduras Maps, Protest Photograph
6
n.d.
8 339
Idaho Democratic Party County Chairs
1
1988
8 340
Idahonian
1
June-July 1986
8 341
Iran-Contra
21
n.d.
9 342
Iran-Contra
42
n.d.
9 343
Kissinger Commission
6
1983
9 344
LABOReport On Central America
1
1987
9 345
Latin America Travel Articles
3
n.d.
9 346
Legislative: White House and Related
19
1987
9 347
Legislative: Select Committee
24
1987-1988
9 348
Legislative: Larry Craig
11
1986-1987
9 349
Legislative: Richard Stallings
21
1986-1988
9 350
Legislative: Tom Foley
13
1987-1988
9 351
Legislative: Sid Morrison
8
1987-1988
9 352
Legislative: Norman Dick
2
1987
9 353
Legislative: Rod Chandler
3
1987
9 354
Legislative: Mike Lowry
9
1987-1988
9 355
Legislative: Al Swift
4
1987-1988
9 356
Legislative: Don Bonker
5
1987
9 357
Legislative: John Miller
6
1987
9 358
Legislative: Dan Evans
6
1986-1988
9 359
Legislative: James McClure
30
1987-1988
9 360
Legislative: Steve Symms
10
1987-1988
9 361
Legislative: Brock Adams
4
1987
9 362
Local Actions News clippings
3
1983
9 363
NACLA
3
July 1983-May 1986
9 364
National Guard: St. Louis Pledge of Resistance
1
n.d.
9 365
National Guard Deployment
1
1986
9 366
National Guard in CA
23
1986-1988
9 367
National Guard Nicaragua
1
1987
9 368
National Guard Update
7
1987
9 369
National Guard: Tennessee Army Death
2
1986
9 370
News and Research Articles
19
1989
9 371
News Articles
43
1986-1987
9 372
News Coverage of Central America
16
n.d.
9 373
News clippings
58
n.d.
9 374
News clippings
21
n.d.
9 375
News clippings
48
n.d.
9 376
News clippings
31
n.d.
9 377
News clippings
84
n.d.
9 378
News clippings
22
n.d.
9 379
News clippings, Local Press
41
1986-1989
9 380
News clippings, Non-Local
36
1985-1990
9 381
Nicaraguan News Updates, Coffee Boycott
37
n.d.
9 382
Nuclear War and US Intervention
3
n.d.
9 383
Panama Invasion and Related Materials
12
n.d.
9 384
Photos, News clippings- Nicaragua
13
n.d.
9 385
Publication Catalogs
2
n.d.
9 386
Refugees
4
n.d.
9 387
Research/Slides of Haiti
12
n.d.
9 388
Resources in Print-Books
3
n.d.
9 389
RICO Conspiracy Case File
2
October 1986
9 390
Sanctuary Movement
48
n.d.
9 391
Seattle P.I. Cartoon
1
1987
9 392
Seattle Times
1
1985
9 393
South Idaho Press
1
1987
9 394
Spokane Area Directory
1
1990
9 395
Spokesman-Review
2
1987
9 396
Tahoma Audubon Symposium
1
1984
9 397
Terry Lawson: "Caught in the Middle"
1
n.d.
9 398
The Guardian
3
March 1986
9 399
The Olympian
1
1987
9 400
U of I Student Papers
5
1994-1995
9 401
US Foreign Policy
2
n.d.
9 402
US Foreign Policy
9
n.d.
9 403
US Foreign Policy
1
1985
9 404
US Foreign Policy: History
2
n.d.
9 405
US State Dept. Publications
2
1986
9 406
Walker Amendment,
1
1987
9 407
War
3
n.d.
9 408
War in Central America
15
n.d.
9 409
War in El Salvador
6
n.d.
9 410
Washington Post
1
1987
2. Countries
Box Folder
10 411
Argentina
23
n.d.
10 412
Belize
1
n.d.
10 413
Bolivia
3
n.d.
10 414
Brazil
12
n.d.
10 415
Chile
9
n.d.
10 416
Colombia
6
n.d.
10 417
Costa Rica
7
n.d.
10 418
Cuba
13
n.d.
10 419
Cuba NY Times News clippings
2
1994-1995
10 420
Ecuador
1
n.d.
10 421
El Salvador
33
n.d.
10 422
El Salvador
49
n.d.
10 423
El Salvador
5
n.d.
10 424
El Salvador
5
1989
10 425
El Salvador U.S. Congress
8
n.d.
10 426
El Salvador
53
n.d.
10 427
El Salvador
97
n.d.
10 428
El Salvador: CISPES
2
n.d.
10 429
El Salvador: Air War/Medical Aid
10
n.d.
10 430
El Salvador: Air War/Medical Aid
3
1984
10 431
El Salvador: Air War/Medical Aid
18
1985
10 432
El Salvador: Air War/Medical Aid
16
1986
10 433
El Salvador: AMES
5
n.d.
10 434
El Salvador: ARENA
3
n.d.
10 435
El Salvador: Coffee Boycott
21
1990
10 436
El Salvador: Elections
9
1991
10 437
El Salvador: Elections
1
1994
10 438
El Salvador: FMLN
18
n.d.
10 439
El Salvador: Food Monitor
1
n.d.
10 440
El Salvador
3
1985
10 441
El Salvador: Abuses
6
1989
10 442
El Salvador: Human Rights Commission (CDHES)
1
n.d.
10 443
El Salvador: Jesuit Murders
2
n.d.
10 444
El Salvador: Medical Aid Fundraising
1
n.d.
10 445
El Salvador: Medical Relief
2
n.d.
10 446
El Salvador: Moakley Report
2
1990
10 447
El Salvador: NY Times
2
1989
10 448
El Salvador: "Not a Dime Campaign"
8
n.d.
10 449
El Salvador: Peace talks
7
n.d.
10 450
El Salvador: Jesuit Murders
14
1987
10 451
El Salvador: Research
46
n.d.
10 452
El Salvador: CISPES Solidarity Conference
6
1986
10 453
El Salvador: US Policy
22
n.d.
10 454
Grenada
28
n.d.
10 455
Guatemala
24
n.d.
10 456
Guatemala
12
n.d.
10 457
Guatemala
15
n.d.
10 458
Guatemala
30
n.d.
10 459
Guatemala: ARMS
2
n.d.
10 460
Guatemala: Elections
4
1990
10 461
Guatemala: Refugees
5
n.d.
10 462
Guatemala: NY Times News clippings
1
1994
10 463
Haiti
5
n.d.
10 464
Haiti
18
1995
10 465
Haiti: NY Times News clippings
28
1994
10 466
Haiti: Immigration
4
n.d.
10 467
Honduras
36
n.d.
10 468
Honduras
4
1987
10 469
Honduras Project
1
n.d.
10 470
Honduras: Contra Position
1
n.d.
10 471
Honduras: Information Center
1
n.d.
10 472
Honduras: Tiempo
1
1986
10 473
Honduras: US Military Buildup
2
1981-1986
10 474
Honduras: US Policy
3
n.d.
10 475
Jamaica
11
n.d.
10 476
Mexico
36
n.d.
10 477
Mexico
28
n.d.
10 478
Mexico: NY Times News clippings
7
1994
11 479
Nicaragua
28
n.d.
11 480
Nicaragua
21
n.d.
11 481
Nicaragua
30
n.d.
11 482
Nicaragua
2
n.d.
11 483
Nicaragua
33
n.d.
11 484
Nicaragua
2
1986
11 485
Nicaragua: Barricada
3
n.d.
11 486
Nicaragua: Contras
2
n.d.
11 487
Nicaragua: Election and Media Law
18
n.d.
11 488
Nicaragua: El Nuevo Diario
3
1986
11 489
Nicaragua: La Prensa
3
1986
11 490
Nicaragua: City Limits
1
1981
11 491
Panama
21
n.d.
11 492
Panama: NY Times News clippings,
2
1994
11 493
Panama: U.S. Army South
1
1987
11 494
Paraguay
2
n.d.
11 495
Puerto Rico
2
n.d.
11 496
Suriname
4
n.d.
11 497
Venezuela
7
n.d.
11 498
Vietnam: Intervention
1
n.d.
B. Issue Files
1. General
Box Folder
12 499
Alternatives to Militarism
2
n.d.
12 500
Anti-Sandinista
40
n.d.
12 501
Argonaut
2
n.d.
12 502
Army School of the Americas
2
n.d.
12 503
Asentamiento Aranjuez Resettlement Camp
4
n.d.
12 504
"Azul": A Documentary About Nicaragua
8
n.d.
12 505
Bay of Pigs
2
n.d.
12 506
Canto
3
n.d.
12 507
Central Idaho Star News
2
n.d.
12 508
CIA "Back in Control"
1
n.d.
12 509
CIA "The CIA War"
1
n.d.
12 510
Coeur d'Alene Press
3
n.d.
12 511
Congress
8
n.d.
12 512
Contadora
21
n.d.
12 513
Contadora
46
n.d.
12 514
Contadora Presidents
2
n.d.
12 515
Contragate News clippings
32
n.d.
12 516
Contragate Lawsuit
1
n.d.
12 517
Daily News/Longview, WA
1
n.d.
12 518
Doonesbury Cartoon
2
n.d.
12 519
The Evergreen
11
n.d.
12 520
Environment/Rainforest
4
n.d.
12 521
Freedom of the Press: Closing La Prensa
5
n.d.
12 522
Bamaca/Harbury Case
4
1995
12 523
Governors vs. National Guard
1
n.d.
12 524
Gulf War and Central America
9
n.d.
12 525
Gulf War News clippings
46
1990-1991
12 526
Gulf Crisis, November
11
1990
12 527
Gulf Information Packets
7
1990
12 528
Gulf War Media Censorship
2
n.d.
12 529
Hanford
14
n.d.
12 530
Hanford: Health Effects
1
n.d.
12 531
Hastay L. Contra Aid
2
n.d.
12 532
Honduran Rainforest
1
n.d.
12 533
Idaho County Free Press Grangeville, ID
1
1987
12 534
Idaho Press-Tribune Nampa, ID
2
1987
12 535
Idaho Sun-Journal Pocatello-Chubbuck, ID
2
1987
12 536
Idahonian/Daily News Editorials
6
1986
12 537
Human Rights
8
n.d.
12 538
Issue Ads/Jack Lemmon Radio Spots
22
n.d.
12 539
Indigenous World
6
n.d.
12 540
Immigrants to US
1
n.d.
12 541
International Law/Geneva Convention
21
n.d.
12 542
International March for Peace
1
1985-1986
12 543
La Prensa
1
1987
12 544
Lenten Witness
1
n.d.
12 545
Low Intensity Warfare
11
n.d.
12 546
Nation: "History of U.S"
1
1928
12 547
Non-Violent Civil Disobedience
12
n.d.
12 548
NY Times Articles
20
September 1987
12 549
NY Times Articles
20
October 1987
12 550
NY Times Articles
24
1988
12 551
Peace Negotiations, Central America Chronology
2
n.d.
12 552
Poverty, Health, Hunger
22
n.d.
12 553
Senate Contra Votes
6
n.d.
12 554
Social Justice and Population
10
n.d.
12 555
Solar Box Journal
1
n.d.
12 556
Southern Air Transport
1
n.d.
12 557
"Speak Out" Tour
8
1994-1995
12 558
Summit of the Americas
7
n.d.
12 559
Tools for Peace Campaign
27
n.d.
12 560
US Military Budget "Pie Chart"
1
n.d.
12 561
US Military in Central America
2
n.d.
12 562
US Military in Central America
2
1987
12 563
Misinformation in US Press
4
n.d.
12 564
Viet Nam vs. Central America
1
n.d.
12 565
Washington Post
14
April 1987
12 566
"50 Years Is Enough"-World Bank Report (1)
22
n.d.
12 567
"50 Years Is Enough"-World Bank Report (2)
22
n.d.
2. People
Box Folder
13 568
Abrams, Elliot
2
1989
13 569
Adams, Brock
17
1987-1989
13 570
Agee, Philip
2
1990
13 571
Andrus, Cecil
4
1987
13 572
Arias, Oscar
3
1987
13 573
Ayub, Bill
3
1987
13 574
Baldwin, George
1
1986
13 575
Baxter, Kevin
4
1987
13 576
Bedirian, George, Nicaragua Election
1
1990
13 577
Bermúdez, Enrique
5
1990
13 578
Bonior, David E.
1
1986
13 579
Bonker, Don
2
1986
13 580
Bouvier, Marc
4
1987
13 581
Brookbank, David
2
n.d.
13 582
Brooks, Karl
2
1991
13 583
Browne, Jackson
1
1986
13 584
Camara, Dom Elder
1
1979
13 585
Carr, Steven: "American Contra"
3
1981
13 586
Casolo, Jennifer
1
1990
13 587
Castillo, Mario News clipping
1
1984
13 588
Chamorro's UNO Policy
4
1990
13 589
Church, Bethine
3
1987
13 590
Cobos, Daniel
3
1987
13 591
Contras
75
1985-1986
13 592
Contragate
14
1987-1990
13 593
Contragate: Deaths
1
1987
13 594
Contras
6
1986-87
13 595
Contras
8
1987
13 596
Contras
59
1987
13 597
Contras
5
1989
13 598
Contra Aid Article
3
1987
13 599
Contra Aid: Israel
1
1987
13 600
Contra Aid: Article
1
1986
13 601
Contra Aid: Articles
46
1986-1988
13 602
Contra Aid: Debate
31
n.d.
13 603
Contra Aid: Local Opposition
1
1986
13 604
Palouse Residents Anti-Contra
56
1986
13 605
Contra Aid Article
1
1986
13 606
Contra Aid: Salvadoran Safe House
1
1986
13 607
Contra Aid Article
1
1987
13 608
Contras: Amnesty and Repatriation
14
1990
13 609
Contra Aid Cocaine Trade
5
1987
13 610
Contra Aid Article
1
1986
13 611
Contra Aid: Costa Rica
1
1987
13 612
Contras: Drugs
7
1987
13 613
Nicaragua: Land Policy
1
n.d.
13 614
Nicaragua: Palouse Residents
13
1985-1987
13 615
Contra/State Dept. Links: Contragate
40
1986
13 616
Contra Training in the US
1
n.d.
13 617
Contra War and International Laws
4
1986
13 618
Craig, Larry
28
n.d.
13 619
Craig, Larry
3
n.d.
13 620
Craig, Larry
1
n.d.
13 621
Dellums, Ronald V.
1
n.d.
13 622
Dodd, Christopher: U.S. Policy
2
1987
13 623
Downey, Tom
4
n.d.
13 624
Durenberger, Dave
2
1986
13 625
Edwards, Don
2
1987
13 626
Elder, Jim
5
n.d.
13 627
El Salvadoran Delegation
2
1984
13 628
Evans, Dan
2
n.d.
13 629
Evans, John
2
n.d.
13 630
Fanning, Lois
7
1989
13 631
Foley, Tom
24
n.d.
13 632
Galvin, General John
1
n.d.
13 633
Harkin, Tom
1
1987
13 634
Hasenfus, Eugene
20
n.d.
13 635
Hunter, Duncan
2
n.d.
13 636
Kerry, John
3
n.d.
13 637
Linder, Ben
14
n.d.
13 638
Lippman, Dave
8
n.d.
13 639
Lowry, Mike
7
n.d.
13 640
Martin, Boyd
3
n.d.
13 641
McClure, James
4
n.d.
13 642
McGowan, William C.
15
n.d.
13 643
Mercier, Laurie
1
1989
13 644
Michel, Robert H.
1
n.d.
13 645
Miller, John
1
n.d.
13 646
Miskitos
17
n.d.
13 647
Moakley, Joe
1
1990
13 648
Morrison, Sid
1
1987
13 649
Murphy, Duncan
7
1985-1987
13 650
Nunn, Sam
2
1987
13 651
North, Oliver
10
1987
13 652
North, Oliver, News clippings
20
1987
13 653
Renfro, Scott
5
n.d.
13 654
Sandinistas: The Weekly
1
1987
13 655
Sandino, First Political Manifesto
1
1927
13 656
Sanford, Terry
1
1987
13 657
Simon, Paul
2
n.d.
13 658
Stallings, Richard
14
n.d.
13 659
Stout, Mildred
7
n.d.
13 660
Symms, Steve
20
n.d.
13 661
Ustick, Richard C., Rear Admiral
1
n.d.
13 662
Weiker, Lowell
4
n.d.
13 663
Whitcomb, Jan
9
n.d.
13 664
Weir, Joyce
2
n.d.
3. Countries
Box Folder
14 665
Costa Rica
14
1985-1987
14 666
Cuba
10
1991
14 667
El Salvador
31
1986-1992
14 668
El Salvador
10
1985-1986
14 669
El Salvador
35
1986-1987
14 670
Foley El Salvador Petition, Lists
7
n.d.
14 671
Foley El Salvador Petition, Statements
15
n.d.
14 672
Foley El Salvador Petition, Contacts
22
1990
14 673
Foley El Salvador Petition, Death Squads
6
n.d.
14 674
Foley El Salvador Petition, Letters/Ecology
5
n.d.
14 675
Foley El Salvador Petition
1
1990
14 676
Foley El Salvador Petition: Maps
1
n.d.
14 677
Foley El Salvador Petition: NY Times
2
n.d.
14 678
Foley El Salvador Petition: Signed Originals
14
n.d.
14 679
Foley El Salvador Petition: Opinion Leaders
9
n.d.
14 680
Foley El Salvador Petition: Petition Forms
31
n.d.
14 681
Foley El Salvador Petition: Press Ad
12
n.d.
14 682
Foley El Salvador Petition: Public Relations
4
n.d.
14 683
El Salvador Death Squads
1
1987
14 684
El Salvador Death Squads
2
1988
14 685
El Salvador CDHES
3
1986
14 686
Guatemala
14
n.d.
14 687
Guatemala
18
n.d.
14 688
Guatemala
3
1988
14 689
Honduras
8
1986-1987
14 690
Honduras
64
1986-1987
14 691
Honduras Joint Task Force Bravo
1
1987
14 692
Honduras National Guard
15
1986-1989
14 693
Libya "Libyan Epilogue"
1
1986
14 694
Nicaragua
25
1985-1987
14 695
Nicaragua
11
n.d.
14 696
Nicaragua
10
n.d.
14 697
Nicaragua News clippings
1
1987
14 698
Nicaragua
40
n.d.
14 699
Nicaragua
33
n.d.
14 700
Nicaragua
31
1986-1987
14 701
Nicaragua
7
1988
14 702
Nicaragua
66
1985-1987
14 703
Nicaragua
41
1987-1989
15 704
Nicaragua Historical
12
1984-1987
15 705
Nicaragua US Embargo
1
1986
15 706
Nicaragua Ambulance Campaign
1
1987
15 707
Nicaragua Anti-Sandinista
13
1985-1986
15 708
Nicaragua Anti-Sandinista Material
22
n.d.
15 709
Nicaragua "Nicaragua Another View"
2
1987
15 710
Nicaragua NICA
1
n.d.
15 711
Nicaragua Artists
4
n.d.
15 712
Nicaragua Barricada
2
n.d.
15 713
Nicaragua Baseball, 1987
1
n.d.
15 714
Nicaragua "Bleeding Nicaragua"
1
1986
15 715
Nicaragua BOLETIN
3
1985-1986
15 716
Nicaragua Cease-Fire
1
1988
15 717
Nicaragua: Church in Nicaragua
3
n.d.
15 718
Nicaragua Church State
19
n.d.
15 719
Nicaragua Congressional Acts
11
n.d.
15 720
Nicaragua CPDH
8
1989-1991
15 721
Nicaragua The Voice
1
1987
15 722
Nicaragua The Nation
1
1986
15 723
Nicaragua Economy
3
1986-1991
15 724
Nicaragua Election
36
1990
15 725
Nicaragua Electoral Process
1
1984
15 726
Nicaragua: Environment
15
n.d.
15 727
Nicaragua FSLN
1
n.d.
15 728
Nicaragua "Hard Questions…"
1
1983
15 729
Nicaragua Health Reforms
2
n.d.
15 730
Nicaragua Human Rights
5
n.d.
15 731
Nicaragua: Hurricane Joan
12
1988
15 732
Nicaragua Impressions
2
1984
15 733
Nicaragua Internal Opposition
6
1986-1987
15 734
Nicaragua Invasion Scenarios
17
1986-1987
15 735
Nicaragua: Jewish Perspective
5
1984
15 736
Nicaragua Closing La Prensa
1
1986
15 737
Nicaragua Maps/Tourism
3
n.d.
15 738
Nicaragua Methodists
2
n.d.
15 739
Nicaragua Miskitos
1
1985
15 740
Nicaragua Miskitos Regional Autonomy
15
n.d.
15 741
Nicaragua Miskitu Nation
4
n.d.
15 742
Nicaragua Mobile Education Project
6
1986
15 743
Nicaragua "The Other Front…"
1
1986
15 744
Nicaragua National Election
4
1990
15 745
Nicaragua NICA
2
n.d.
15 746
Nicaragua Daniel Ortega
1
n.d.
15 747
Nicaragua: Partido Conservador Democrata de Nicaragua
1
n.d.
15 748
Nicaragua Perspectives
3
1984
15 749
Nicaragua Presentation
7
n.d.
15 750
Nicaragua Pre-Samoza
2
n.d.
15 751
Nicaragua The Progressive
1
July 1987
15 752
Nicaragua: Anti-Nicaragua Propaganda
5
n.d.
15 753
Nicaragua Religious Persecution
3
n.d.
15 754
Nicaragua Refugees
4
n.d.
15 755
Nicaragua Revolution Anniversary
1
1989
15 756
Nicaragua Sandinistas
1
n.d.
15 757
Nicaragua Sister Cities
1
n.d.
15 758
Nicaragua Solidarity
26
n.d.
15 759
Nicaragua Soviet Union Relations
3
n.d.
15 760
Nicaragua Tours
17
n.d.
15 761
Nicaragua U.S. Customs
7
n.d.
15 762
Nicaragua U.S. Intervention
38
n.d.
15 763
Nicaragua Relations
1
1981-1984
15 764
Nicaragua Sister Cities
5
1987
15 765
Nicaragua Women
1
1987
15 766
Panama
7
1987
15 767
Paraguay Human Rights
1
1986
15 768
Peru: Lori Berenson
1
1996
15 769
South Africa Human Rights Violations
31
n.d.
15 770
United States Violations
31
1984-1987
15 771
USSR Influence/Threat
16
1987
15 772
U.S. Church Reaction to U.S. Policy
3
1983
C. Lobbying Files
Box Folder
15 773
House Committees February
1
1987
15 774
Idaho Delegation
2
1988
15 775
Lobby Guide
3
n.d.
15 776
Tom Lamar, Washington, DC
31
1987
15 777
Peace in Nicaragua Legislative Project
12
1988
15 778
Nüremburg Principles
1
n.d.
15 779
Senate Committees
1
1987
15 780
Senate Foreign Relations Committee
7
n.d.
15 781
U.S. Constitution
1
n.d.
15 782
Congressional Communication/Information
13
n.d.
15 783
Congress: 99th
1
n.d.
15 784
Congress: 100th
1
n.d.
15 785
Congress: 101st
4
n.d.
15 786
Congress: Blank Interview Sheets
1
n.d.
15 787
Congress: Local Addresses
3
n.d.
15 788
Congressional Districts (OR, MT, WA, ID)
1
n.d.
15 789
Contra Aid: Swing Senate Votes
11
n.d.
D. Related Organizations and Publications
Box Folder
16 790
20/20 Vision
8
n.d.
16 791
"50 Years Is Enough" U.S. Campaign
10
n.d.
16 792
Ad Hoc Committee Against Contra Aid
3
n.d.
16 793
Ada County Citizens for Peace and Justice
1
n.d.
16 794
Advocates for Peace in Central America
5
n.d.
16 795
Alaskans Concerned About Latin America (ACALA)
34
n.d.
16 796
Alliance for Latin America
14
n.d.
16 797
Alternative Revenue Service
1
n.d.
16 798
American Civil Liberties Union
2
n.d.
16 799
American Friends Service Committee
5
n.d.
16 800
American Legion
1
n.d.
16 801
American Peace Network
1
n.d.
16 802
Americanism Educational League
20
n.d.
16 803
Americans Removing Injustice, Suppression and Exploitation (ARISE)
1
n.d.
16 804
Americas Watch Committee
1
n.d.
16 805
Amnesty International
8
n.d.
16 806
Ann Arbor-Managua Initiative for Soil Testing and Development in Nicaragua
3
n.d.
16 807
Appeal to Reason
1
n.d.
16 808
Architects and Planners in Support of Nicaragua (APSNICA)
7
n.d.
16 809
Asociacion General de Estudiantes Universitarios Salvadoreños (AGEUS)
1
n.d.
16 810
Barricada Internacional
5
n.d.
16 811
Ben Linder Justice Committee
37
n.d.
16 812
Beyond War
28
n.d.
16 813
Bikes Not Bombs
20
n.d.
16 814
Boise Coalition for Central America
15
n.d.
16 815
Bread for the World
4
n.d.
16 816
Campaign for Peace and Life in Guatemala
1
n.d.
16 817
Campaign of Conscience, Buhl, ID
3
n.d.
16 818
Casa Nicaragüense De Espanol
5
n.d.
16 819
Center for Constitutional Rights
5
n.d.
16 820
Center for Defense Information
4
n.d.
16 821
Center for Global Education at Augsburg College, Minneapolis
2
n.d.
16 822
Center for International Policy
44
n.d.
16 823
Center for Religion, Ethics and Social Policy (CRESP)
1
n.d.
16 824
Center for the Study of the Americas
5
n.d.
16 825
Center for the Study of Market Alternatives
1
n.d.
16 826
Center for Migration Studies
2
n.d.
16 827
Central American Action Committee (CAAC)
1
n.d.
16 828
Central America Education Project
1
n.d.
16 829
Central America Report
2
n.d.
16 830
Central America Peace Campaign
51
n.d.
16 831
Central America Research Institute (CARIN), Berkeley, CA
3
n.d.
16 832
Central America Resource Center, Austin, TX
30
n.d.
16 833
Central America Resource Center, St. Paul, MN
4
n.d.
16 834
Central America Solidarity Association (CASA), Spokane, WA
9
n.d.
16 835
Central America Solidarity Roundtable
1
n.d.
16 836
Central America Update
1
n.d.
16 837
Central America Working Group: Church of the Brethren
37
n.d.
16 838
Central America Historical Institute
35
n.d.
16 839
Central America Legislative Information Center (CALIC)
3
n.d.
16 840
Central American Peace and Democracy Watch
1
n.d.
16 841
Central American Peace Fund
1
n.d.
16 842
Centro Ecumenico Antonio Valdivieso
3
n.d.
16 843
Chicago Coalition for the Guatemalan Return
1
n.d.
16 844
Children of the Americas
1
n.d.
16 845
Christian Anti-Communism Crusade
10
n.d.
16 846
Christic Institute
28
n.d.
16 847
Church World Service
1
n.d.
16 848
Citizen Soldier
12
n.d.
16 849
Citizens Against Nuclear Weapons and Extermination
3
n.d.
16 850
Citizens for Nonviolent Action Against Racism (CINAAR)
1
n.d.
16 851
Coalition for a New Foreign Policy
21
n.d.
16 852
Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy
3
n.d.
16 853
Columbia Human Rights Network
1
n.d.
16 854
Columbiana Magazine, Oroville, WA
1
n.d.
17 855
Colville Community for Peace and Justice
11
n.d.
17 856
Comisión de Derechos Humanos de El Salvador
1
n.d.
17 857
Comite Para La Defensa do los Derechos Humanos en Honduras
2
n.d.
17 858
Commission on U.S. Central American Relations
7
n.d.
17 859
Committee on Common Security
4
n.d.
17 860
CISPES General File
31
n.d.
17 861
CISPES General File
17
n.d.
17 862
CISPES General File
21
n.d.
17 863
CISPES General File
8
n.d.
17 864
CISPES Bravo Fund
3
n.d.
17 865
CISPES "Call to Conscience"
3
n.d.
17 866
CISPES FMLN Communiques
4
n.d.
17 867
CISPES: Jesuit Murders
3
n.d.
17 868
CISPES National Convention
2
1990
17 869
CISPES: Romera
6
March 1990
17 870
CISPES: Work-a-Day
3
1990
17 871
CISPES: ALERT!
22
n.d.
17 872
Common Cause
6
n.d.
17 873
Community for Creative Non-Violence
1
n.d.
17 874
Companeros de Mexico
7
n.d.
17 875
Computers for Peace
1
n.d.
17 876
"Contra Watch"
2
1987
17 877
Council for a Livable World
2
n.d.
17 878
Council for Human Rights in Latin America
1
n.d.
17 879
Council for Inter-American Security
1
n.d.
17 880
Council of Evangelical Churches of Nicaragua (CEPAD)
32
n.d.
17 881
Cuerravaca Center for Intercultural Dialog on Development (CCIDD)
15
n.d.
17 882
Cultural Workers and Artists for Nicaragua Today (CANTO)
1
1985
17 883
Data Center
6
n.d.
17 884
Days of Decision
1
n.d.
17 885
Democratic Party
4
n.d.
17 886
Democratic Study Group
7
n.d.
17 887
Desktop Assistance
1
n.d.
17 888
Diversity
1
n.d.
17 889
Earth Island Institute
8
n.d.
17 890
Ecumenical Program on Central America and the Caribbean (EPICA)
2
n.d.
17 891
EL CENTRO de la Raza
2
n.d.
17 892
El Salvador's Link
1
n.d.
17 893
Emergency National Council (ENC)
4
n.d.
17 894
"English Only" Movement in U.S.
1
n.d.
17 895
The Environmental Project on Central America
16
n.d.
17 896
Ethics and Public Policy Center
1
n.d.
17 897
Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting
11
n.d.
17 898
Fellowship of Reconciliation
12
n.d.
17 899
First United Methodist Church, Olympia, WA
1
n.d.
17 900
Flathead Peace Alliance
4
n.d.
17 901
Foreign Policy Association
3
n.d.
17 902
The Foundation Center
4
n.d.
17 903
Foundation for Peaceful Environment Among Communities Everywhere (FPEACE)
2
n.d.
17 904
Fourth Freedom Forum
1
n.d.
17 905
Freedom Fund
4
n.d.
1717 906
Friends Committee on National Legislation
6
n.d.
17 907
Friends of the Americas
2
n.d.
17 908
FSLN
3
n.d.
17 909
Global Exchange (Nicaragua Center for Community Action-NICCA)
1
n.d.
17 910
Gramma
1
n.d.
17 911
The Grantsmanship Center
3
n.d.
17 912
Grassroots Peace Directory
3
n.d.
17 913
Groundwater Alliance
2
n.d.
17 914
Grupo de Apoyo Mutuo (GAM)
1
n.d.
1717 915
The Guatemala Health Rights Support Project
4
n.d.
17 916
Guatemala Partners
1
n.d.
17 917
Guatemala Review
4
n.d.
17 918
Guatemala Solidarity Committee
12
n.d.
17 919
Guatemala Cultural Committee
1
n.d.
17 920
Honduras Information Center
15
n.d.
17 921
Human Rights Documentation Exchange
3
n.d.
17 922
The Idaho Democrat
2
n.d.
17 923
Idahonian
1
n.d.
17 924
Institute for Central American Studies
14
n.d.
17 925
Institute for Defense/Disarmament Alternatives
3
n.d.
17 926
Institute for Food and Development Policy
13
n.d.
17 927
Institute for International Cooperation and Development, Inc. (IICD)
1
n.d.
17 928
Instituto Historico Centroamericano
5
n.d.
17 929
Inter-American Council on Refugees
5
n.d.
17 930
Interconnect
4
n.d.
17 931
Inter-Hemispheric Education Resource Center
2
n.d.
17 932
The International Center for Development Policy
1
n.d.
17 933
International Peace March in Central America
2
1985-1986
17 934
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, Inc.
2
n.d.
17 935
Inter-Religious Task Force on Central America
29
n.d.
17 936
Institute for Social and Cultural Change Speak Out!
3
n.d.
17 937
Institute for Policy Studies
4
n.d.
18 938
John Birch Society
3
n.d.
18 939
Journal of Defense Diplomacy
1
n.d.
18 940
Labor Campaign El Salvador
1
n.d.
18 941
Labor Network on Central America
1
n.d.
18 942
Latin America Emergency Response Network
1
n.d.
18 943
Latin American Student Organization (LASO)
1
n.d.
18 944
Latin American Working Group (National Council of Churches)
19
n.d.
18 945
Lenten Witness for Justice and Peace in Central America
1
n.d.
18 946
Liberty Report
3
n.d.
18 947
Manhattan Alliance for Peace and Justice
8
n.d.
18 948
Marin Interfaith Task Force on Central America
2
n.d.
18 949
Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers
2
n.d.
18 950
McCall Chapter of the Coalition for Central America
1
n.d.
18 951
Media Alliance Central Committee
1
n.d.
18 952
Medical Aid for El Salvador
2
n.d.
18 953
Mennonite Central Committee
1
n.d.
18 954
Moscow Sister City Association
1
n.d.
18 955
The Nation
4
n.d.
18 956
National Association of Social Workers
1
n.d.
18 957
National Central America Health Rights Network (NCAHRN)
1
n.d.
18 958
National Coalition To Stop U.S. Intervention in the Middle East
11
n.d.
18 959
National Commission for Democracy in Mexico
5
n.d.
18 960
National Conservative Political Action Committee
1
n.d.
18 961
National Guard
8
n.d.
18 962
National Lawyers Guild
2
n.d.
18 963
National Mobilization for Survival
15
n.d.
18 964
National Referendum to End the War in Central America
3
n.d.
18 965
National Sanctuary Fund
3
n.d.
18 966
National Union of Farmers and Ranchers
1
n.d.
18 967
Neighbor to Neighbor Action Fund
8
n.d.
18 968
Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala
83
n.d.
18 969
New Patriot
2
n.d.
18 970
NY Labor Committee in Support of Democracy and Human Rights in El Salvador
1
n.d.
18 971
New York Times
1
n.d.
18 972
New El Salvador Today (NEST)
12
n.d.
18 973
The New Republic
1
n.d.
18 974
The New Right Humanitarians
1
n.d.
18 975
Nicaragua Network
53
n.d.
18 976
Nicaragua-United States Friendship Office Update
1
1993
18 977
Nicaragua Interfaith Committee for Action
4
n.d.
18 978
Nicaraguan Perspectives
1
n.d.
18 979
North American Congress on Latin America
2
n.d.
18 980
Northern California Ecumenical Council
2
n.d.
18 981
Northwest Nicaragua Electoral Watch
3
n.d.
18 982
Nuclear Times
2
n.d.
18 983
On Guard
3
n.d.
18 984
O.A.S. Charter
1
n.d.
18 985
OXFAM America
42
n.d.
18 986
Pacific Peacemaker Foundation
3
n.d.
18 987
Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute and Hanford Watch
4
n.d.
18 988
Palouse Coalition on the Federal Budget
1
n.d.
18 989
Palouse SANE (Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy)
7
n.d.
18 990
Paraclete Society International, Inc.
1
n.d.
18 991
Pastors for Peace
26
n.d.
18 992
Pastors for Peace: Seattle Chapter
4
n.d.
18 993
Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane
15
n.d.
18 994
Peace and Solidarity Project
1
n.d.
18 995
Peace Brigades International/USA
24
n.d.
18 996
Peace Center of Marin
1
n.d.
18 997
Peace Committee: Ecumenical Association of Churches in Idaho
6
n.d.
18 998
Peace Development Fund
14
n.d.
18 999
PEACE for Guatemala
1
n.d.
18 1000
Peace Links (Women Against Nuclear War)
5
n.d.
18 1001
Peace Resource Project
2
n.d.
18 1002
Peace Review
2
n.d.
18 1003
People for the American Way
2
n.d.
18 1004
Physicians for Social Responsibility
1
n.d.
18 1005
The Pledge of Resistance
56
n.d.
18 1006
The Pledge of Resistance (Seattle)
12
n.d.
18 1007
Plowshares
1
n.d.
18 1008
Policy Alternatives for the Caribbean and Central America
2
n.d.
18 1009
Political Ecology Group
2
n.d.
18 1010
Portland Central America Solidarity Committee (PCASC)
1
n.d.
18 1011
Postharvest Institute for Perishables (PIP)
5
n.d.
18 1012
Presbyterian Advocates on Central America
1
n.d.
18 1013
Presente
4
n.d.
18 1014
Press for Peace
1
n.d.
18 1015
Procedure for the Establishment of the Firm and Lasting Peace in Central America
1
n.d.
18 1016
Pro Justice and Peace Committee of Guatemala
4
n.d.
18 1017
Public Concern Foundation
3
n.d.
19 1018
Que Viva Productions
2
n.d.
19 1019
Quest for Peace: Communities of Peace and Friendship Project
22
n.d.
19 1020
Quest for Peace: Congressional Education Project
2
n.d.
19 1021
Quest for Peace: Mobilization
8
n.d.
19 1022
Quest for Peace: Haiti Reborn
48
n.d.
19 1023
Rainforest Action Network
4
n.d.
19 1024
Recovered Medical Equipment for the Developing World
10
n.d.
19 1025
Religious Task Force on Central America
53
n.d.
19 1026
The Resource Center
4
n.d.
19 1027
Sanctuary Committee
5
n.d.
19 1028
SANE: National Committee for a SANE Nuclear Policy
1
n.d.
19 1029
SANE/FREEZE
1
n.d.
19 1030
San Francisco Examiner
1
n.d.
19 1031
Seattle Central America Media Project (SCAMP)
3
n.d.
19 1032
Seeds for Life
1
n.d.
19 1033
SEVA
1
n.d.
19 1034
SHARE Foundation
1
n.d.
19 1035
Students in Support of Central America (SISCA)
12
n.d.
19 1036
SISCA, CISPES National Convention
10
1989
19 1037
SISCA Humanitarian Aid
1
n.d.
19 1038
SISCA Petition, Vigils
4
1989
19 1039
SISCA Posters, Graphics
8
n.d.
19 1040
SISCA Press
5
n.d.
19 1041
Anti-SISCA
1
n.d.
19 1042
El Quetzal
3
n.d.
19 1043
Sister Cities International
1
n.d.
19 1044
Snake River Alliance
13
n.d.
19 1045
Solar Box Cookers Northwest
1
n.d.
19 1046
Solidarite Mouvman Popile
1
n.d.
19 1047
Solidarity Publications
1
n.d.
19 1048
Somos Hermanas
1
n.d.
19 1049
Spokane Justice for Central America Committee
5
n.d.
19 1050
Spokane Christian Coalition
1
n.d.
19 1051
Spokane Central America Solidarity Association
1
n.d.
19 1052
Spokane Council of Ecumenical Ministries
9
n.d.
19 1053
Technical Support Project
18
n.d.
19 1054
Telephone Picket Line Volunteers
1
n.d.
19 1055
A Thread of Hope
5
n.d.
19 1056
Ultimatum
7
n.d.
19 1057
U.N. Observer and International Report
1
n.d.
19 1058
U.S. Army School of the Americas Watch
1
n.d.
19 1059
United Methodist Missionaries in Nicaragua
1
n.d.
19 1060
United States Department of State; Department of Defense
12
n.d.
19 1061
U.S./El Salvador Research and Information Center
8
n.d.
19 1062
U.S./Guatemala Labor Education Campaign
3
n.d.
19 1063
United States Out of Central America
7
n.d.
19 1064
University of Idaho: Argonaut, memo, schedule, classes.
5
n.d.
19 1065
Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade
3
n.d.
19 1066
Veterans Fast For Life
4
n.d.
19 1067
Veterans Peace Action Teams
3
n.d.
19 1068
Washington Center for Central American Studies
1
n.d.
19 1069
Washington Peace Center
5
n.d.
19 1070
The Washington Post
1
n.d.
19 1071
Washington State Going Home Committee
1
n.d.
19 1072
Washington State to El Salvador Medical Airlift
1
n.d.
19 1073
Wheat for Peace
6
n.d.
19 1074
Whitefish Peace Alliance
6
n.d.
19 1075
Witness for Peace
62
n.d.
19 1076
Women's Peace Network
1
n.d.
19 1077
World Policy Institute
1
n.d.
19 1078
World Press Report
1
n.d.
19 1079
Zapatista Solidarity Committee
1
n.d.

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Subject Terms

  • Central America -- Foreign Policy -- United States
  • United States -- Foreign Policy -- Central America

Corporate Names

  • Coalition for Central America