By Xili Fernandez Photo credit: Feminist assembly in Caracas, March 8, 2022. Jose Daniel Ramos. IG: @danielj2511 A lot has happened in the Venezuelan feminist movement since March 8, 2021. A year into the COVID-19 pandemic and just a month and a half after protesting in the streets on that March 8, the #Metoo wave … Continue reading #8M2022: A day of reckoning for Venezuela’s feminist movement
Our second year
By Venezuelan Voices As today is our page’s second anniversary, we’ll briefly review this year as it was covered by articles and journalistic reports published in Venezuelan Voices. It has been a year in which Venezuela has been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and by the regime’s instrumentalization of it to impose further social control … Continue reading Our second year
To the streets again!
By Jefersson Leal Photo credit: All photos in this article are taken from Revista Cuerpo y Territorio. Sixty-four years ago, the student movement of Venezuela’s Central University (UCV) went on strike to break the silence against the military dictatorship led by Marcos Pérez Jiménez. A few days before that some high schools in Caracas had … Continue reading To the streets again!
Stop the persecution and torture of the Pemón Indigenous People in Venezuela
Three Pemones killed by the National Guard while protesting, 23 wounded, 58 arrested and other abuses of power in Indigenous territory.
“The FAES killed my nephew, not a dog or a delinquent”
19-year-old Alixon Dos Santos was shot in the heart during a protest. His courageous aunt is ready to fight impunity.