2021 Calendar: Celebrating 40 Years of Solidarity
September 30, 2020 @ 3:46PM — September 30, 2021 @ 3:46PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Take a walk down memory lane as we celebrate our 40th anniversary! NISGUA’s 2021 calendar features beautiful images representing the many facets of our work, including posters from 1980s speaking tours, social movement artwork, and delegation photos.
For 40 years, NISGUA has woven a rich tapestry of engaged solidarity and collective action for transformation. The loom sustaining our work is our long-term relationships, grounded in mutual trust and shared struggle. The strands of our weaving include delegations, tours, accompaniment, horizontal exchanges, political education, and advocacy campaigns. Forming the weft and warp is our commitment to social, environmental, and racial justice and our recognition that global systems of oppression impact communities in both the U.S. and Guatemala.
1-4 calendars: $18 each (including shipping)
5-19 calendars: $13 each + $14.35 shipping*
20+ calendars: $12 each (free shipping)*
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**NOTE** 1 ticket = 1 calendar!
The NISGUA calendar is a collective creative effort every year! We deeply appreciate the leadership of Ali Durbin, who has coordinated the calendar creation for the last six years. We also thank our fabulous Calendar Committee: Marianella Aguirre, Amanda Kistler, Joene Pike, Christina Reyes, and Isabel Villalón. Gracias to Christie Keith and Todd Kolze for sharing their invaluable historical input for this anniversary calendar. A shout-out to long-term collaborator Melinda Van Slyke who is once again coordinating orders and shipping. Finally, thank you to the photographers who have generously shared their art with us and you.
*Cover photo by by Kevin Hayes / progressdigital.photoshelter.com. Rabinal, Baja Verapaz. 2011.
A few images featured in the 2021 calendar:
Chantelle Raeann John. 2019.
Image courtesy of Lincoln Cushing / Docs
Populi and Todd Kolze / GNIB. 1992.
Back cover, including most images featured in the 2021 calendar.