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BY staff | San Salvador, El Salvador | 2/22/19
Hundreds of Salvadorans rallied February 21 at the Salvador del Mundo Plaza to express solidarity with the Venezuelan Bolivarian revolution and with the government of Nicolás Maduro.
BY Sean Orr | Chicago, IL | 2/22/19
The eyes of the world are on the Venezuela-Colombia border, as the forces of reaction - the Trump administration, the Lima Group led by Colombia and Brazil, and the far-right Venezuelan opposition - attempt to provoke an invasion of Venezuela under the guise of ‘humanitarian aid.’
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 2/22/19
Twin Cities area peace and anti-war groups are organizing a Minneapolis protest on Saturday, February 23 as part of a day of local actions around the U.S. and around the world opposing U.S. intervention in Venezuela.
BY Jeremy Schneider | La Crosse, WI | 2/13/19
The streets may have been cold, but hearts were warm with international solidarity on February 9 as activists in La Crosse voiced their opposition to U.S. intervention in Venezuela.
BY staff | Venezuela | 2/09/19
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU).
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 2/08/19
Over 50 activists gathered in Federal Plaza in downtown Chicago on the night of February 5, to rally in solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution. Organized by Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO), the event brought together progressive political organizations and trade unions to demand an end to U.S. aggression and threats of war with Venezuela.
BY Staff | St. Paul, MN | 2/06/19
On February 6 the Lake Street/Marshall bridge vigil focused on speaking out against U.S. intervention in Venezuela.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 2/04/19
A Chicago protest to demand an end to U.S war moves against Venezuela is set for Tuesday, February 5, 5:30 p.m., at the Federal Plaza, (219 S. Dearborn Street.)
BY Sean Orr | Chicago, IL | 2/01/19
The contradictions at the heart of Venezuelan society have burst asunder. A fierce struggle is now underway to determine the foundations of the country's future. The Venezuelan bourgeoisie have wholeheartedly decided that they are willing to endure civil war and foreign invasion so long as it leads to the repression of the upright masses. The working class and other popular sectors, meanwhile, can no longer tolerate the economic suffering inflicted upon them from the business owners, and are ready to do battle against any invaders that seek to return their class enemies to power.
BY Sean Orr | Chicago, IL | 1/31/19
One week ago, on January 23, a new stage in the Bolivarian Revolution began.
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