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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

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

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

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

Today/Conversation with the Bolivia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, David Choquehuanca‏

EL PROCESO DE CAMBIO EN BOLIVIA, LATINO AMERICA Y EL VIVIR BIEN Conversacíon con El Hermano David Choquehuanca Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores de la República Plurinacional de Bolivia THE PROCESS OF CHANGE IN BOLIVIA, LATIN AMERICA & LIVE WELL Conversation with our Brother David Choquehuanca Foreign Minister of the Plurinational Republic of Bolivia Donde/Where SEIU … Continue reading

Bolivia’s vice-president on the challenge of a new left for the 21st century

  by Álvaro García Linera The following is a speech given in Athens by Bolivia’s vice-president on June 20, 2015, at the Eighth Resistance Festival. Edited for publication, the text appears in the current issue (No. 15) of La Migraña, a magazine published by the Bolivian government. In a previous article I summarized García Linera’s … Continue reading

Spring Break Delegation to Bolivia, Food Sovereignty, and Indigenous Resistance!

 Philosophy of Pachamama, and Traditional Ecological Knowledge. The Plurinational State of Bolivia is the first country in the hemisphere governed by a progressive indigenous leader. Learn about indigenous struggles for sovereignty over food, land, and water.  Gain an understanding of the spiritual and philosophical foundations of Pachamama. And discover the traditional ecological knowledge of the country’s … Continue reading

Bolivia: People’s Climate Summit demands social change to save life

“For now, we are discussing a problem left to us by capitalism – climate change.” This was the conclusion of Bolivian President Evo Morales in his closing remarks to the October 10-12 World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Defence of Life in Cochabamba. More than 5000 people from more than 40 countries took … Continue reading

Call to action – “World People’s Conference on Climate Change and Defence of Life”, Tiquipaya, Bolivia

CONVINCED that as children of Mother Earth, our mission is the responsibility with Life according to what our parents and grandparents taught us.   FEELING that the codes, understanding, knowledge and arts of the ancient peoples from the world were ignored by Western civilization and that now the world needs to rescue all the ancient … Continue reading

Bolivian reality versus the ‘extractivism’ debate

by Federico Fuentes Telesur, August 9, 2014 Some left critics of progressive governments in South America point to differences between ‘pro-extractivists’ and ‘anti-extractivists.’ Federico Fuentes says that framework hinders real understanding of the issues. A central challenge facing progressive governments and social movements in South America today is breaking the region’s dependency on raw material … Continue reading

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