Andres Thomas Conteris

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Andres Thomas Conteris wiki serves as Director of Nonviolence International's Latin America Programs. "He founded and supports the Spanish Headline News for Democracy now. For decades, he has worked to end US’s unproductive and often itnrusive policies in Latin America and even went on a famously 40-day hunger strike in front of the White House to end the US military occupation of Vieques, Puerto Rico. He is based in Marin County, California." [1]

He co-produced the documentary film Hidden in Plain Sight which was directed by John H. Smihula and narrated by Martin Sheen.

"From 2001-03 he worked as a founding coordinator of Forging Alliances South and North (For-Al) which seeks to build bridges between grantmakers and grantseekers in the Americas. He paved the way to build ties between For-Al and Grantmakers without Borders, the National Network of Grantmakers, and numerous networks and community-based and popular organizations in Latin America." [2]

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  1. Staff, Nonviolence International, accessed July 3, 2009.
  2. Andres Thomas Conteris, Warsaw City, accessed July 3, 2009.