Why Are There No Riots in the Barrios of Venezuela?
The only ones who have both the number and fury to set fire to this country are working, organizing, discussing the call to a Constituent Assembly. Closing streets, paralyzing […]
Constituent Assembly, an opportunity for peace and the revolution
These are turbulent times in Venezuela. The opposition has gone all-in on their soft coup attempts, whose main ingredient is violence and death in the streets. Chavismo, despite the crisis […]
Guarimbas 2.0 – murder and terror brought to you by the Empire and the local oligarchy
The episodes in recent days, featuring the erection of barricades, destruction of public property and widespread violence by opposition groups bring back memories of the 2014 guarimbas (1). After months […]
“A World Where Many Worlds Fit:” Zapatismo and Chavismo in Conversation
There is much to learn from studying Black and Indigenous liberation processes across the Americas. The Zapatistas and Chavistas embody two critically important revolutionary movements part of a greater historical trajectory […]