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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It is really important and also our responsibility that we demand the U.S. government accept the victory of Nicolas Maduro as President of Venezuela. His margin in the recent election of April 14th, 2013 was almost as big a margin … Continue reading
We encourage you to read this article by an election observer in the most recent elections, who has been observing Venezuelan elections for nearly 20 years. Source: http://venezuelanalysis.com/analysis/8893 Venezuela: Ups and Downs of an Election Observer By Julia Buxton – … Continue reading
Commemorate the anniversary of the people´s victory over the 2002 US-backed coup and observe the Special Presidential Election Venezuela delegation April 10-16, 2013 Sponsored by TASK FORCE ON THE AMERICAS AND SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAS WATCH Meet with grassroots organizations and … Continue reading
This Wednesday, March 13th, 1:30 to 3:30 P.M. Place: Sem 2, A1105, The Evergreen State College Memorial to celebrate life of Hugo Chavez– video clips and short presentations on the significance of Hugo Chavez to Venezuela, the world and to … Continue reading
HUGO CHÁVEZ: 1954-2013 We join with the vast majority of the Venezuelan people and the people of Latin America in expressing our deep sense of sorrow at the death of Hugo Chávez, President of Venezuela. Lisa Sullivan, Latin American Director of … Continue reading
Subtitles in English. Interview filmed in 2012.