Monday November 29, 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 | 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 | 7/31/21
Groups of women, wearing blue hardhats, stand proudly in front of a five-floor building, surrounded by lush mountains.
BY Emily Butt | Caracas, Venezuela | 3/21/20
A Freedom Road Socialist Organization labor delegation toured the Canaima laptops and tablets factory in Caracas, Venezuela on March 12.
BY Jim Byrne | Caracas, Venezuela | 1/25/20
On the final day of the World Anti Imperialist Congress, January 24, Venezuelan President Nicólas Maduro spoke to the hundreds of international delegates from over fifty countries.
BY Jim Byrne | Caracas, Venezuela | 1/24/20
On January 23, thousands marched in Caracas and listened to a fiery speech from President Maduro to mark two important historic events.
BY Sean Orr | Chicago, IL | 9/16/19
On Monday September 16, the leaders of several opposition parties arrived at the Foreign Ministry in downtown Caracas to participate in the Roundtable of National Dialogue organized by the elected government of Nicolás Maduro.
BY staff | Caracas, Venezuela | 9/05/19
August 31 marked the last day of the Meeting of International Workers in Solidarity with the Venezuelan People and Its Government.
BY Sean Orr | Chicago, IL | 8/18/19
Venezuela is a country where the dreams of the conscious workers of the world are being made real.
BY Sean Orr | Chicago,IL | 8/12/19
On August 6, U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton attended a gathering of representatives from the right-wing governments of Latin America.
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