“Our resistance has not been passive” (Interview)

In Caracas, wonderful things happen daily and these things do not stop happening even in difficult moments. In fact, it

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Eyewitness Venezuela: Katrina Kozarek speaks in Minneapolis about Bolivarian Revolution

Minneapolis, March 13th, 2019.- On March 10, 30 people gathered at Mayday Books for a program presented by Katrina Kozarek,

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Ten Micro Chronicles of Resistance in the Middle of the Blackout

“We sat down to make lanterns in the living room of the house to light ourselves, I already knew that

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  Dear readers, Orinoco Tribune needs your help to keep operating and providing alternative information about Venezuela for English speakers.

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Juan Guaidó Called for a Staggered Strike by Public Sector Workers

The public administration workers were called to a “staggered strike” by the head of the National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, who

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101 on Guaido’s Strikes of Public Employees

On March 5, 2019, Mr. Juan Guaidó, a deputy who claims to be the interim president of Venezuela, met with

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10 Years of Community Journey in El Maizal Commune: For Chávez and Socialism, We’re Going for More!

On March 5, 2009, Comandante Chávez reaffirmed, with a government decision, a central policy of his vision of socialism: the

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Notes From the Streets of Venezuela—The People Are Resilient in the Face of Foreign Intervention

“If the government falls, we will be evicted. We—the Black, the poor, the working class—will lose what we have”  

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Venezuela’s Missile Crisis: A Conversation with Juan Contreras (Interview)

Juan Contreras was born and raised in Caracas’s 23 de Enero barrio, famous for its revolutionary political activism and internationalism.

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Denver Teachers Strike Begins

DENVER (CBS4) – For the first time in 25 years, Denver teachers are on strike. The move comes after failed

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Good morning Venezuela

By Gustavo Borges The beginning of the week seems to indicate a truce. Although everything is unpredictable in Venezuela. But

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Venezuelan Feminist Groups Reject Foreign Intervention, Back Peace Dialogue

For the Venezuelan women leading those groups, “the solution will come from dialogue and the commitment of all to peace,

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Battle of the Workers’ Productive Army in the El Maizal Commune: Recovering Productive Capacities

This February 4, 27 years after seeing Commander Chávez first pronounce his “for now” that began a long process enabling

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Nicolas Maduro: An Open Letter to the People of the United States

By Nicolás Maduro If I know anything, it is about the people, because like yourselves, I am a man of

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Maduro: “We Have Made Mistakes in the Exchange Rate Policy” (Interview)

On Thursday, January 7, the Mexican newspaper La Jornada published an interview with the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro,

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