Letter to Congress: No Colombia FTA

The Obama Administration has announced that it wants to push the U.S.-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA) through Congress before August.

Human rights, labor, environmental, and faith-based organizations and activists around the country are stepping up their efforts to stop this trade agreement. Today, over 400 groups in the U.S. and Colombia—including the PC(USA) and the PPF—sent a letter opposing the FTA to congress. But we need your help in getting the word out.

Click here to send an email to your members of Congress telling them about this powerful letter and asking that they join us in opposing the FTA today!

In this letter, we make the case that U.S.-Colombia FTA should not be passed because there are not sufficient guarantees to protect labor rights, human rights, vulnerable populations, and the environment.

UPDATE:
Also, Click here to email your member of Congress to sign onto the letter from Representative Hank Johnson (D-GA) to President Obama explaining how devastating the Free Trade Agreement would be for Afro-Colombian and indigenous communities already at risk.