Student activism has a long history in the United States, although the issues and tactics have broadened and changed. And around the world, students have often been at the forefront of struggles for human rights, peace, and justice. High schools, colleges, and universities are natural arenas for education and action, and students have utilized these tools to build alliances and carry out broad and effective campaigns.
Here are some resources to help you organize to work for just U.S. policies towards Latin America:
- Starting a Student Group
- Sending Letters and Emails to Congress
- Organizing a Teach-In on Campus
- Promoting Awareness through the Arts
- Hosting a Speaker
- Social Networking