Tag Archive: Committee of Mothers (Comadres)

In re Tula – International Human Rights and Solidarity – CCR Docket Spring 1994

The cases of three Salvadorans in the U.S. who seek political asylum slill remain within the administrative con­fines of lhe Immigra tion and Naturalization Service (INS). For the past three years CCR has represented Ernesto and Ana Luz Benitez, and…
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International War Crimes

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In re Tula – International Human Rights and Solidarity – CCR Docket Fall 1991

Maria Teresa Tula viuda de Canales, a Salvadoran woman, is seeking political asylum in the United States. In El Salvador she worked with Comadres, the “Committee of Mothers,” an organization of women formed to advocate for “disappeared,” arrested and otherwise…
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International War Crimes

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In re Tula – International Human Rights – CCR Docket Fall 1990

Maria Teresa Tula viuda de Canales, a Salvadoran woman is seeking political asylum in the Unired States. In El Salvador she worked with Comadres, the ‘”Committee of Mothers,” an organization of women formed to advocate for ” disappeared,” arrested and…
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International War Crimes

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In re Tula – International Human Rights and Solidarity – CCR Docket 1989-1990

Maria Teresa Tula viuda de Canales, a Salvadoran woman, is seeking political asylum in the United States. In El Salvador she worked with Comadres, the “Committee of Mothers ,” an organization of women formed to seek disappeared family members. She became active in Comadres as a result of the…
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International War Crimes

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