COMPPA (Popular Communicators for Autonomy) is a non-profit organization working in Latin America to support community empowerment through popular communications. Our grassroots initiative seeks to build and strengthen the information capacity of peoples of diverse Latin American popular, indigenous and peasant organizations that are involved in struggles for autonomy, social and economic justice, and dignity in the face of mainstream censorship of their historical struggles. By training popular communicators and building communication infrastructure, particularly community radio, indigenous communities and organizations are actively exercising their communication rights, challenging corporate dominated media with alternative grassroots information.

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