We are a group of students and professors from the Evergreen State College who have been in a program called "Venezuela: Building Economic and Social Justice" and traveled to Venezuela.
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Monthly Archives: June 2012
Becoming Ant Heidi Barta “A functioning organization with no one in charge is so unlike the way humans operate as to be virtually inconceivable.” ~ Deborah Gordon, Ants at Work Have you ever watched ants at work? Lying … Continue reading
The roots of the Bolivarian Revolution in historic international struggle for social and economic justice by Matthew Siano
The Bolivarian Revolution in the context of the Third World Movement by Matthew Siano The roots of the Bolivarian Revolution in historic international struggle for social and economic justice. Vijay Prishad in his work The Darker Nations recognizes that … Continue reading
Word document for download: Cooperation, Co-operatives and Revolution Micheal Snow May 28, 2012 “No we will not accept the austerity measures that the government is trying to impose; No we will not accept the dictatorship – neither the dictatorship of … Continue reading
This is the data sheet that was distributed at our forums, Venezuela: Myths and Realities in May 2012
Women’s cooperatives within the Bolivarian Revolution Kathryn Brignac June 2012 This winter I traveled to the Venezuelan cities of Caracas, Merida, and Barquisimeto for several weeks each, with a two-month long program through the Evergreen State College called “Venezuela: Building … Continue reading