Saturday, 24 October 2020

March for the Brotherhood: Costa Rica Solidarity and without xenophobia, Sat. Aug. 25 in San Jose

A “Marcha por la Hermandad: Costa Rica Solidaria y sin xenofobia” (March for the Brotherhood: Costa Rica Solidarity and without xenophobia) organized by “Por los refugiados en Costa Rica” (Refugees in Costa Rica) will take place Saturday, August 25, starting at 9 am, in downtown San Jose.

Por los refugiados en Costa Rica says they are “a group of Costa Ricans, who are against the xenophobia towards our Nicaraguan BROTHERS and we want to join efforts to help them, support them and make them feel welcome.”

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This march is in response to the march of Saturday, Aug. 18, that resulted in the clash and arrest of 38 Costa Ricans and 6 Nicaraguans.


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