Dissecting ROAR’s Article “Can the Bolivarian Revolution Survive the Venezuelan Crisis?

Editorial Note: This is an excellent article, the only addition we would suggest is pointing out the poisonous section written

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Gustavo Borges: “The Voice of the Barrios was the First that Rose on April 11, 12 and 13, 2002” (Interview)

Lives socially and politically in the barrio 23 de Enero. “Garitero” they call him. Armed with solidarity, enthusiasm and passion

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Who are Venezuela’s Colectivos? (Interview)

By Federico Fuentes The media calls them armed thugs and US Senator Marco Rubio wants them put on the terrorist

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Chicago Mom Accuses School Police Of Labeling Her Son A Gang Member

Editorial Note: All our support to the Gaete family. We personally knew most of them while in Chicago and they

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A Chronicle to Define What the “Colectivos” Are in Venezuela

The first time I saw a “Colectivo” in action and what it is capable of, I was very young. I

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Hear the Venezuelan voices that the corporate media chooses to ignore

Over past weeks, life in Venezuela has become increasingly difficult. Frequent blackouts have caused water shortages, leading to mounting anxiety

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ISO’s Vote to Dissolve: What Comes Next

SocialistWorker.org reports on the results of an organization-wide online poll to determine what’s next in the wake of the ISO’s

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Trump-Appointed Board Proposes Major Blow to Air and Rail Unions

29/Mar/2019.- Flight attendants played a crucial role in forcing an end to the government shutdown. Now the survival of their

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Two Weeks Inside One of Venezuela’s Notorious “Colectivos”

Most journalists who come to Caracas stay in the affluent east of the city, shielded from Venezuelan reality behind the

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Know the Gathering Places for the “Operation in Defense of Freedom” Tomorrow in Caracas

The people’s mobilization of the Operation in Defense of Freedom this Saturday in Caracas will have four points of departure

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The Faces of the Electric Army

Since March 7th Venezuela has lived with a series of electric blackouts that according to officials from the Bolivarian Revolution

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No Revolution Without Feminism: Weaving Together Venezuela’s Feminist Movements

Amidst a complex reality, feminist movements in Venezuela look to advance their struggle and build unity. International Working Women’s Day,

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Intl Trade Unions Condemn Recognition of Guaidó

Even a labor group currently at odds with Caracas opposes foreign interference in the matter of the presidency, reports Ivar

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Two Weeks After the Blackout, How is Venezuela?

By Eduardo Viloria Daboín I Venezuela died suddenly. There was, suddenly, a great silence all over the country. The whatsapp

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Donations Please: Internet Prices Going Crazy and CANTV Not Working

Editorial note: You have the donation buttons in the main upper menu of our website and also in the footer.

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