Nicaragua: The Revolution Won’t Be Stopped
Above photo: The 39th anniversary of the Nicaraguan Revolution in Managua, July 2018.-From Redvolution.
Nicaragua Advances Despite US Unconventional Warfare.
The book is edited by Nan McCurdy and written by a collective of historians, researchers and activists committed to finding and sharing the truth about US intervention in Nicaragua.
2019 was an amazing year in the search for peace in Nicaragua with The Amnesty Law and the promotion of reconciliation between neighbors in every corner of the nation. It was a year of life-giving advances in all aspects of wellbeing: poverty reduction, health, education, gender equity, recreation, culture and infrastructure; strengthened food security, and a new highway that joins Bluefields to the rest of the nation making the first paved transit route from the Caribbean to the Pacific.
And all this despite cruel US unconventional warfare against the Sandinistas that has gone on for decades and reached a peak in April 2018. 2019 was a year of rebuilding lives as well as the economy after the 2018 violence.
As if that wasn’t a big enough challenge, in the afterword we cover the excellent government handling of Covid-19 and how the virus has been used as a weapon to attack the Sandinista government with a narrative full of lies and falsities in the corporate press and social media.
Nicaragua continues to be a “threat of a good example” that other countries will follow. After our 2019 e-book about 2018, “Live from Nicaragua,” our 2020 e-book “The Revolution Won’t Be Stopped” brings the story up to date.
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If you would like to donate in honor of this new book, please use the following link to the newly created Nicaragua Solidarity Fund “Padre Miguel d’Escoto Brockman.” Funds will go to help efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Because of US sanctions, it is not possible for Nicaragua to access funding available to other countries from the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank and the IMF. The Nicaragua Solidarity Fund was recently established via the Alliance for Global Justice (AfGJ) to serve as a people´s reparations fund to the people of Nicaragua given that the United States government refused to accept and comply with the ruling of the International Court of Justice of 1986. The ICJ ruled in favor of Nicaragua and against the United States, awarding reparations to Nicaragua. The US continues to violate international Law by placing sanctions against Nicaragua. These sanctions are preventing Nicaragua from accessing new concessional loans, grants or debt relief from multilateral sources. The Nicaragua Solidarity Fund will be managed by a collective of people in Nicaragua and the US in coordination with the AFGJ. Donations made in 2020 will be used to help Nicaraguans deal with the ongoing Covid-19 crisis by supporting the purchase of medicines, personal protection equipment or other needs identified by the Nicaragua government and especially the Nicaragua Ministry of Health.