Venezuela

Steve Ellner, author of numerous books and professor at Universidad De Oriente in Venezuela from 1977 to 2003, is touring the US to give a presentation on the recent events in Venezuela and how people there are coping with hyper-inflation as well as food and medicine …

  Sunday May 20 is election day in Venezuela.  Working for regime change, the US government says it will not recognize the results of the elections.  We will be gathering Sunday May 20 observe the election night coverage from Venezuela on TeleSUR, the TV network …

Venezuela: Updates from the Streets

February 3, 2018 // 0 Comments

Propaganda and revolution, imperial force and mass struggle, Venezuela is a contested nation. Cutting through sensational headlines, this community briefing features a firsthand report, an update on an innovative agricultural solidarity program, and organizing for a Boston delegation to the elections later this year. Join us for this …

Boston-area activists founded the Venezuela Solidarity Committee on March 5, 2016 at a meeting at Encuentro 5 in downtown Boston. The new group will support self-determination and the rights of all historically oppressed peoples in Venezuela and oppose any form of US intervention. In addition …

U.S. Interventionism vs. Peace: An Update from the Front Lines This article by Samuel Rogers appeared in our summer 2015 MAPA newsletter. Iran After over a year of diplomatic talks and several deadline extensions, the U.S. (as part of the P5+1) and Iran announced a framework agreement …

Venezuela: Now an Extreme Threat to the US?

March 20, 2015 // 0 Comments

The United States’ vendetta against Venezuela has been lately growing more serious; more sanctions have recently been leveled at 7 more Venezuelan officials and their assets have been frozen. President Obama is warning of the danger Venezuela poses to the US. In response, Venezuela has …

After a US-supported coup attempt in February failed, Venezuela has become the most recent “security threat” to the United States, and the mainstream media has, typically, gladly been disparaging and delegitimizing the elected government. A New York Times editorial in late February shows that the Times Editorial …

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