To Honor Archbishop Oscar A.Romero, naming Centennial Park, Winnipeg after him.
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It is important because his contribution to Human Rights and his non-violence approach to conflicts. He defended those who could not talk for themselves, the oppressed and mistreated by tyranny. He gave hope to those who felt impotent. He believed that was possible for everybody to have a better life, no matter who you were.
"The Canadians-Salvadorians in Winnipeg, CASA, Inc." want to be part of those who around the world who has recognized Romero's legacy. His work has been recognized beyond the borders of all nationalities, cultures, religions and social status. We want the city of Winnipeg to name the Centennial Park after him.
This particular place is located, in an area where most Latin-Americans people have establish themselves with their families. The Latin-Americans community in Winnipeg has been successful in adopting the Canadian Values and have integrated well with other cultures in Winnipeg. Naming the Centennial Park, after Romero will send a positive message to the new generation of Canadians.
It will tell to the rest of the world that in Winnipeg, we care and that we recognize world leaders who has been committed their life to promote human dignity.
We, Winnipeggers want to continue to be, in the path of inclusion and on the side of justice, and respect for basic human rights. Oscar Romero is a true symbol of that path. We want you to support the naming Centennial Park as Archbishop Oscar A. Romero Park, to recognize the path of justice and respect for human dignity.
By Oscar Calix, B.A, B.Ed.
Canadians-Salvadorians in Winnipeg, CASA, Inc.
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