Thursday October 21, 2021
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BY staff | Paez, Venezuela | 8/16/21
Groups of mainly women stand with pride in front of Manuelita Saenz Bolivarian School and Community Center. The new center and school provide classes on music, culture, politics, feminism, sports, etc. Children and adults from all over the neighborhood attend to open their minds and improve their education.
BY staff | Acarigua, Portuguesa state, Venezuela | 8/15/21
Long lines, including a lot of red-clad United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) supporters of the Chavez/Maduro party, wrapped around the block until 1 a.m. on August 9, waiting to vote for the tens of thousands of new candidates running in the primary regional elections.
BY staff | Caracas, Venezuela | 8/13/21
Venezuela has one of the strongest gender laws of any country in the world. The laws strongly protect women, so men are held accountable and cannot hurt them again.
BY staff | Caracas, Venezuela | 8/09/21
Geovanni Peña, the director of the National Institute of Prevention, Health and Worker Safety, states, “Capitalism is the biggest reason for COVID deaths. Here, the Venezuelan government protects the working class and the people feel a collective social responsibility to protect each other. This is why we only have six Delta variant cases, while Delta increases exponentially throughout the USA and other countries.”
BY staff | Maracay City, Venezuela | 8/08/21
In the worker-controlled Venezuelan Kellogg factory, you see the workers working diligently to make corn flake and sugary cereals in a new package displaying the Venezuelan flag and the words “Together for Venezuela.” They are wearing black caps with red letters that say, “Kellogg made in socialism.”
BY staff | Caracas, Venezuela | 8/03/21
The bustling streets of Caracas are full of masked people, during “open week.” You hear Latin music flowing from the stores, children playing soccer and laughing, merchants selling empanadas. 95% of the people you see are wearing masks outside, since it’s the government mandate.
BY staff | Caracas, Venezuela | 7/31/21
Groups of women, wearing blue hardhats, stand proudly in front of a five-floor building, surrounded by lush mountains.
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 6/10/21
One year ago on June 12, when President Trump was still in office, the vicious talons of the U.S. government reached into the West African country of Cape Verde to snatch its prey: Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab.
Alex Saab
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 6/10/21
One year ago on June 12, when President Trump was still in office, the vicious talons of the U.S. government reached into the West African country of Cape Verde to snatch its prey: Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab.
Alex Saab
BY staff | Caracas, Venezuela | 12/10/20
60 international observers of the Venezuelan election were stuck at the airport December 8, for a flight to Mexico.
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