Open letter by Venezuelan Workers Solidarity DSA’s National Political Committee (NPC) and International Committee (IC) recently announced that they will send a delegation to participate in an official event in Venezuela. On May 16 they launched a crowdfunding campaign to finance the travel of an eight-person delegation that will attend the Congreso Bicentenario de los Pueblos (Bicentennial … Continue reading DSA: Solidarity with the Venezuelan people or with the regime?
Public declaration of the Venezuelan feminist movement on the MeToo
Images: Uquira. Image reads 'We need each other united' Two weeks ago, the #MeToo movement erupted in Venezuela (under the slogan #YoTeCreo - 'I believe you') with hundreds of testimonies disclosing cases of harassment and sexual violence, committed mostly by men against minors and women. Accusations started with Alejandro Sojo, singer of Los Colores, and … Continue reading Public declaration of the Venezuelan feminist movement on the MeToo
We Stand in Solidarity with the Democratic Struggle in Myanmar
By Venezuelan Workers Solidarity Note by Venezuelanvoices: Posted originally in VWS's blog, we consider this text to be of great interest, as a political statement by venezuelan left activists in the diaspora and also because it adresses one of the most important contemporary developments in class struggle in the world, calling for solidarity and drawing … Continue reading We Stand in Solidarity with the Democratic Struggle in Myanmar
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
How did Chavismo win 92% of the National Assembly?
By Simon Rodriguez Picture by Carlos Ramírez. Operation Liberation of the People, Caracas, 2017. On December 6 took place the election of the members of the National Assembly (AN), the unicameral Venezuelan parliament. The campaign was almost non-existent in much of the country and few voters went to the polls. In many places the lines … Continue reading How did Chavismo win 92% of the National Assembly?
Venezuelan Workers Solidarity for Black Lives Matter
Black Lives Matter! Victory to the Rebellion! As Venezuelan Workers Solidarity, a collective of Venezuelan socialists in the U.S., we want to express our solidarity with the ongoing anti-racist rebellion and the movement for Black Lives.
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
For independent workers movement in Venezuela
Original link to the open letter: https://oaklandsocialist.com/2019/10/29/for-independent-workers-movement-in-venezuela/ We, the undersigned labor and socialist activists, hereby express our support for a genuinely free and independent workers’ movement in Venezuela. We are concerned about the persecution of independent labor activists by the Maduro government. In doing so, we have nothing in common with US imperialism nor of its … Continue reading For independent workers movement in Venezuela