Elvis Méndez

Elvis Méndez is a worker organizer and peace activist. Originally from the Dominican Republic and now living in Boston, Massachusetts. Elvis has worked as a counter-recruitment organizer for AFSC, and later as an organizer with the United Electrical Workers’ Warehouse Workers for Justice campaign organizing temporary workers along the supply chain. He is now the Coordinator of the mmigrant Workers Center Collaborative in Boston, Mass.

Articles:

March 28, 2013

This past weekend in Troy, New York, a town with radical roots that trace back to Underground Railroad, the spirit of our ancestors sang loudly. People concerned with the future of the planet and all the life it contains, met to collectively confront the dire urgency of our situation. The discussions vibrated, there was always song, children playing, animals running, but most of all minds were stirring.

December 31, 2012

Washington's Wars and Occupations:
Month in Review #92/December 31, 2012

(En español)

Elvis Méndez examines the connections between this country's toxic allegiance to militarism, the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut and the frenzy surrounding the fiscal cliff.