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Title: Evidence of harrassments on CISPLA (Committee in Support of Peoples of Latin America), a student's organization at the University of Florida, Gainesville; October-November 1984
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Title: Evidence of harrassments on CISPLA (Committee in Support of Peoples of Latin America), a student's organization at the University of Florida, Gainesville; October-November 1984
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Publication Date: 1984
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        Table of Contents
    Sticker: "KGB approved"
        Page 1
    Photos
        Page 2
    Open letter from Latin American student
        Page 3
    False ad using CISPLA's name
        Page 4
        Page 7
    Flyer with KGB sticker
        Page 6
    False flyer using CISPLA's name
        Page 7
    Flyer for student liberation day
        Page 8
    Flyer with KGB sticker
        Page 9
    Letter from CISPLA
        Page 10
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EVIDENCE OF HARRASSMENTS ON CISPLA (Committee in Support of Peoples of Latin
America)- A student's organization at ;the UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA,Gainesville --October,

November,1984


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Evidence-Page No.


1)Stickers-"KGB APPROVED"-on CISPLA's
flyers-in the Campus,and on other materials
at the doors of students and faculty members,
and in the parking place of the director of
the Center for Latin American Studies(CLAS)


2)Telephone call to a foreign student a
CISPLA member;l arrassing.





3)A false add, under CISPLA's name,calling
for a meeting.Words related to communist
organizations were mentioned in the add.
In the same day different members of CISPLA
received telephone calls,, mentioning the
"meeting" ,and using the names of CISPLA
members for identification.
4)Telephone calls to different CISPLA's
members, harrassing.





5)StickergKGB APPROVED"-on CISPLA flyers
in the Campus, and in the parking place of
the director of CLAS-UF


6) A false flyer,under CISPLA's name,
,with the words "KILL THE WARLORD.KILL
REAGAN RALLY"

ANNEX -
-CISPLA flyer related to one flyer of
"Students for better America"


October 25 or
October 26


October 27







October 30








November 4





November 15








November 15


October 25


See photos (xerox)
of some doors with
stickers in the
Center for Latin
American Studies
page 1


See letter from the
student,with details
about the telephone
call page 3

See copy of the
false add that
was published in the
ALLIGATOR
page .4



See report with
details about one of
the telephone calls.
page 5
See copy of one
flyer with sticker

page (


See copy of the
flyer page v


See- copy of the
flyer page g


-Other material related to CISPLA


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PHOTO: OF THE DOOR OF THE COMPUTER CENTER IN THE CENTER FOR LATIN AMERICHN STUDIES

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PHOTOS OF STUDENT'S DOORS IN THE CENTER FOR LATIN
AMERICAN STUDIES-UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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October 31,1984


OPKN LETTER


What are the limits of any individual's right to freedom of expression?
In case of -personal harassment, who is attacked, an individual or a community?
I would like to share with you. a case of rage, indignation, and perplexity.
Recently, the Aligator- a University of Florida students' newspaper.- published
one letter I wrote criticisingg the Reaganp administration foreign policy in
Central America. I am a Latin American student.
Some days after doors of some offices at the U.F. campus had stickers attached
to whatever anti Reagan literature and posters was on display. The stickers read:
"KGB approved". One of the doors was mine.
The next day, I received a telephone call from a man, who did not iflentify
himself, saying that "he had been following my steps, and collecting published
and non published letters" I wrote to the Alligator, and that-"those letters
.will be sent to the Embassy" of my country.He complemented: "I a: interested to
know what they will do with you, when you come back".
In the sequence of actions, a common feature: the recurrence to sn old style of
persecution, through anonymous threats to intimidate.
Could persons who recurr to such methods to call themselves "freedom fighters?
Is divergence in opinions and human ethics incompatible? What is changing in
America?
I am angry, I am perplex and I am indignated, but I am quite sure that I can count
on the solidarity of many Americans. I am s8r-e I won't be the only one, condemning
this harassment.


A Latin American StudenY at the
University of Florida--ainesville,Florida-
United States.


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FALSE ADD USING


CISPLA's name


alligator, tuesday, october 30, 1984, 11
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Africa on Film! The students in
African Studies Association and the
Center for .African Studies invite
anyone interested in seeing A Spiritual
Ordering: The Metal Arts of Africa,
Hausa Art of Northern Nigeria, and
African Carving: A Dogong Kanaga
Mask should come to Grinter Hall
Conference Room 472 today at 4:05.
All That Jazz: Intermediate-level
dancers in modern jazz and ballet are
urged to come to the UF Dance
Company membership auditions
tonight from 7 to9 in the O'Connell
Center dance studio.
Funny Girl: People who want to
audition for male roles in this musical
production and anyone else interested
in participating should come to the
Hillel Jewish Student Center, 16 NW
18th St., tonight at 7.
Lotsa Pasta: An all-you-can-eat
spaghetti dinner with salad, garlic
bread and beverages will be held
tonight at 5:45 at the Hillel Jewish
Student Center, 16 NW 18th St. The
cost is $1.75 for members and $2.50
for nonmembers.
Gator-Aide: Students interested in
fun, fellowship and Biblical teaching
are invited to come to the Reitz Union
Room 362 tonight from 7 to 9 for a
get-together sponsored by the Campus
Crusade for Christ.
Alpha Epsilon Delta: The pre-
professional honor society holds a
mandatory meeting tonight at 7 in Cl-
11 in the Communicore building at
Shands. "Pre-med? Pre-Dent?" will be
the topic of discussion. Guest speakers
will discuss financial aid.
Great Debate: A panel debate
between Students for Mondale and
Students for Reagan will be held
tonight at 8 in the University


Auditorium. The Students' Choice
panel debate, sponsored by Accent,
will feature representatives from The
Gainesville Sun, The Florida Times-
Union, The Alligator, and UF
professors asking questions to both

CISPLA: The Committee in Support
of the People in Latin America meets
tonight at 7 in GPA L-007 to discuss
annual dues to the komsomol and to
discuss the new campus bulletin
ISKRA. All members should attend
new members are welcome.


JANE MA


YER


Calendar


Gator Wrestling: Competition or
casual wrestling will be held Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 8 to 10 p.m. at
the women's gym next to the In-
firmary.
SWE: The Society of Women
Engineers meets today at 4 in the
Materials Science Annex behind Weil
Hall for a general meeting.
Rugby Anyone: The UF--Men's
Rugby Football Club practices
Tuesday and Thursdays at 5:30 in the
Bandshell. All UF students are invited
to join the club, which is 3-0 this
season.
For Jewish Women: An informal
discussion group on issues of concern
to Jewish women will be held today at
4:15 at the Hillel Jewish Student
Center at 16 NW 18th St. Femenine
images on Shabbat will be explored
today.


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A YEAR LATER GRENADA IS STILL OCCUPIED BY U.S. TROOPS, PLAGUED BY POVERTY
AND OPPRESSION, AND FAR FROM THE "SHOWCASE OF DEMOCRACY" PROMISED BY THE
REAGAN ADMINISTRATION.
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110,000 PEOPLE AND 133 SQUARE MILES TO PASS AS A 'VICTORY FOR DEMOCRACY'.


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-DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE CONDITIONS THE PEOPLES OF LATIN AMERICA
HAVE BEEN LIVING UNDER?
-DO YOU KNOW WHY THE PEOPLE OF THE CARIBBEAN,CENTRAL AND SOUTH
AMERICA ARE FIGHTING?
-DO YOU KNOW WHOSE INTERESTS ARE BEING PROTECTED BY U.S. FOREIGN
POLICY AND SUPPORT?

If you don't know the answers to these questions, or if you do and want to help
spread the word, the THE COMMITTEE IN SUPPORT OF THE PEOPLES OF LATIN AMERICA
(CISPLA), a student organization at the University of Florida,invites you to join in.
Throughout this country and in many other parts of the world people like you are
demonstrating against U.S. intervention in the area and against U.S. support of
regimes which are not responsive to the needs of their peoples.
Throughout education and action, CISPLA wants to mobilize your energies in an
effort to mitigate the suffering of the peoples of Latin America.
CISPLA objectives include:
-Supporting the efforts of U.S. public opinion groups against
the current policies of the Reagan Administration toward Latin
American popular movements, as the local affiliate of CISPES
(COMMITTEE IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPLE OF EL SALVADOR);
-Educating students and the Gainesville Community about the
historic conditions that brought about the present situation
in Latin America;
-Understanding why people in Latin America are fighting for the
type of governments they want;
-Exchanging information and collaborating with other groups as
NISGUA (Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala),
Secretariat of Solidarity with Chile, NNSNP (National Network
in Solidarity with the Iicaraguan People),Women's Coalition to
Stop U.S. Intervention in Central America and the Caribbean,and
others for a NATIONAL COALITION AGAINST 'REAGAN'S ANTI HUMAN
RIGHTS POLICY';
-Refusing to accept the ideology that Latin American struggles
should be defined in terms of a West-versus-East conflict;
-Spreading the idea that democracy, social pluralism and freedom
to choose one's government are not concepts just for U.S.
internal consumption but also for Latin American use;
-Gathering and distributing information concerning current events
and issues in Latin America;
-Bringing speakers and outside resources to our community in
order to understand properly what is happening in Latin America.
CISPLA needs people, ideas, and money to support these and other activities. CISPLA
meets every other week in the University of Florida campus. Time and place of
meetings will be announced in "The Alligator".



CISPLA
P.O. Box 14712
Gainesville, Florida,U.S.A.




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