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revolucionalimentaria has written 384 posts for Revolución Alimentaria

Saving the Planet Means Overthrowing the Ruling Elites

Chris Hedges Chris Hedges is a Truthdig columnist, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, a New York Times best-selling author, a professor in the college degree program offered to New Jersey state prisoners by Rutgers Friday’s climate strike by students across the globe will have no more impact than the mass mobilizations by women following the election … Continue reading

Opencast day attended for more than 3 thousand for families of the Sucre parish in Caracas

    A total of 3,500 families from the El Limón sector, located on the Caracas-La Guaira highway, were served this Saturday through the Sovereign Field Fair through which 42 metric tons of food were sold. “Thanks to the organized Popular Power, the Bolivarian Militia and all the social actors, who are involved in strengthening … Continue reading

A New Generation of Black Farmers Is Returning to the Land

  Leah Penniman wrote this article for YES! Magazine. Leah is co-founder of Soul Fire Farm and author of Farming While Black. They are working to repair harm inflicted over the past 400 years, with an eye toward reparations. “Imagine your neighbor stole your cow. A few weeks later the neighbor comes over, laden with remorse, to … Continue reading

US Is Again Complicit in an Illegal Coup, This Time in Bolivia

    BYMarjorie Cohn,Truthout Once again, the United States is complicit in an illegal coup d’état in Latin America, this time in Bolivia. On November 10, a right-wing, anti-Indigenous group seized power after the Bolivian military’s removal of President Evo Morales, who had declared victory in the October 20 presidential election. The United States’ fingerprints … Continue reading

European Parliament declares climate emergency

By Frédéric Simon | EURACTIV.com The European Parliament voted by a large majority on Thursday  (28 November) in favour of a resolution declaring climate emergency in Europe, piling pressure on the EU’s new  Commission to deliver an ambitious European Green Deal after it takes office next month. The resolution was adopted by 429 votes in … Continue reading

Imperialism in the Anthropocene

by John Bellamy Foster, Hannah Holleman and Brett Clark   Image by Avtar Kamani from Pixabay   Monthly Review  John Bellamy Foster is editor of Monthly Review and a professor of sociology at the University of Oregon. Hannah Holleman is a director of the Monthly Review Foundation and an associate professor of sociology at Amherst … Continue reading

La Via Campesina’s Call to the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

  19 NOVEMBER 2019 CAMPAIGN TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, PATRIACHY, WOMEN (Harare, November 19, 2019) From 25 to 30 November 2019, on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, La Via Campesina is calling upon its members and allies to carry out mobilizations and actions to strengthen our collective struggle for … Continue reading

Delegation to Bolivia. Presidential Inauguration and Indigenous Resistance! January 19-28, 2020.

Come to Bolivia to witness one of the most important electoral processes in the region at this critical moment for the continent. Bolivia is the first country in the hemisphere governed by a progressive indigenous. Learn about indigenous struggles for sovereignty over food, land, and water.  Meet with farmers, community leaders, government leaders, and others.  … Continue reading

Urban farming as a response to climate-driven food crises: Cuba shows the way

                                 by Paul Brown Climate News Network, November 12, 2019   When countries run short of food, they need to find solutions fast, and one answer can be urban farming. That was the remedy Cuba seized with both hands 30 … Continue reading

Delegation to Bolivia. Presidential Inauguration and Indigenous Resistance! January 19-28, 2020.

Come to Bolivia to witness one of the most important electoral processes in the region at this critical moment for the continent. Bolivia is the first country in the hemisphere governed by a progressive indigenous. Learn about indigenous struggles for sovereignty over food, land, and water.  Meet with farmers, community leaders, government leaders, and others.  … Continue reading

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