In partnership with Louis Riel Bolivarian Circle (Ottawa branch) and the Frente Bolivariano para la defensa de los pueblos Hugo Chavez, we present this special event to discuss what's happening in Venezuela and to strategize for actions accordingly. Folks associated with these organizations will be attending a conference hosted by Assembly of ALBA (the alternative trade organization) on Social Movements in Caracas, Venezuela from April 3 to 7 2014. They will join us to discuss in-depth on the situation in Venezuela.
Our speakers are:
Maria del Carmen Guevara and
Moderated by Jorge Sorger
A short video "What is happening in Venezuela?" will accompany this talk. (7 min.)
Thursday, April 17 2014
Octopus Books Centretown Location
@25One Community (2nd Floor, 251 Bank St.)
We will pass a basket for donations.
Recommended books about Venezuela:
- el Libro Azul de (the blue book of) Chavez (in Spanich and is being translated in English at the moment)
- Revolutionary Doctors, by Steve Brouwer
- Voices from Venezuela by Jim McIlroy and Coral Wynter
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