Venezuela and the U.S. Left at a Crossroads

By Andy Heintz Originally published by NACLA When the subject of Venezuela is brought up, there are often two distinct narratives. In the right-wing and much of the mainstream media, Venezuela is often depicted as a once vibrant, thriving democracy that has been ruined by socialism. Meanwhile, in certain left-wing circles, the country’s many troubles are … Continue reading Venezuela and the U.S. Left at a Crossroads

Statement on US-Venezuela relations by Venezuelan Workers Solidarity

By Venezuelan Workers Solidarity Photo: Alejando Cremades at El Estimulo From VWS, we demand that the Biden administration lift any and all economic sanctions on Venezuela immediately and renounce all interventionist aspirations. Simultaneously, we believe that it is essential for the Left in the United States to offer true solidarity to the Venezuelan working class. … Continue reading Statement on US-Venezuela relations by Venezuelan Workers Solidarity

US-Venezuela relations and the need for a real solidarity movement

By Venezuelan Voices Photo credit: Oswaldo Pacheco @ojpg72 As the new US government starts shifting away from some of Trump’s domestic and foreign policies, there is the enigma of what path it will follow regarding Venezuela. Trump's policy was totally disastrous for the Venezuelan people. It was a policy of interference and economic aggression that … Continue reading US-Venezuela relations and the need for a real solidarity movement

Statement of the Pemón people rejecting the Venezuelan Mining Corporation’s installation in Canaima

Photo: Omar García, BBC Communiqué available in its original spanish version at Observatorio de Ecología Política de Venezuela We, legitimate authorities, in full exercise of our rights as communal captains, consecrated, and in accordance with the customs and traditions recognized in Article 119 of the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and protected in … Continue reading Statement of the Pemón people rejecting the Venezuelan Mining Corporation’s installation in Canaima

Venezuelan Workers Solidarity: Statement of Principles

More information about Venezuelan Workers Solidarity in their website. We are a group of Venezuelan socialists residing in the United States, bound by our unconditional solidarity towards the working people of our country. We support workers’ and popular struggles against oppression and exploitation, and we sympathize with the fights carried out by independent socialists, feminists, … Continue reading Venezuelan Workers Solidarity: Statement of Principles