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Anais Catalina Gonzalez

Anais Gonzalez is a Nicaraguan activist born and raised in the city of Los Angeles.

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‘Night of long knives’ escalates in Nicaragua as Ortega kidnaps opposition

For many, the recent detentions prove President Daniel Ortega is not willing to face open presidential elections this November.

In Nicaragua, people apparently die of ‘pneumonia’, not COVID-19

The current Nicaraguan administration has neglected the healthcare system and been letting people die since 2018. 

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Anais Gonzalez graduated with a bachelor's degree in History and Central American studies from California State University Northridge (CSUN). At CSUN, she was part of CAUSA (The Central American Union Students Association). She formerly was a coordinator for the Scholarship and Volunteer/Social media program at the Salvadoran American Leadership and Educational Fund. She was a panelist for social media activism at Brown University. She currently dedicates her time to advocating for Nicaragua's Socio-political crisis through organizing events and social media. Her activism work has gotten her to speak Liberated Fuentes, a colloquium at California State University Los Angeles (CSULA). She has organized several panels involving Nicaraguan youth in exile and participated as a panelist with the Film La Sandinistas, where she talks about the role of the Nicaraguan women in the current crisis and human rights violation they face Ortega-Murillo regime. Anais has been featured in Fierce Mitu, Teen Vogue, and Remezcla. She was published in the Book Entre Rebelion y Dictadura. In October 2019, through the organization Youth and Democracy, Anais curated a Latin American youth conference at the House, Senate, and the Organization of American States. Through this event, Anais won ambassador of the year for her Nicaraguan activism work. Anais ensures to continue her Nicaraguan activism work, to pursue a master in Public Diplomacy


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