August 25, 2017
This weekly email contains a few useful articles on Venezuela and ALBA Countries that contain bite-sized dose of the truth so that you can fight the disinformation in your own community, that so much of the media, including alternative media are putting out.
It is AfGJ's conviction that we in the US defend Venezuela's sovereignty and recognize that the Bolivarian Revolution has improved the lives of its citizens, led the movement toward Latin America integration, and is building participatory democracy structures that are an example for us in the US as well. -AfGJ staff
AFGJ Friends – we would like to include statements, events, and actions in solidarity with Venezuela. If you are aware of any or are planning any, please send them to us: email@example.com. These may also be used as part of the redesigned international solidarity page on Venezuelanalysis.com
Empire Files: Abby Martin Interviews Dan Kovalik: Human Rights Hyprocrisy Colombia vs Venezuela
US Harsh New Sanctions Vastly Escalate Economic War on Venezuela
White House: Statement by the Press Secretary on New Financial Sanctions on Venezuela
Steve Ellner on the Constituent Assembly and its Aftermath, and the Position of International Solidarity
Steve Ellner's Blog on Venezuela, Latin America and Beyond
Gloria La Riva: Constituent Assembly: Peoples Power vs. Counter-Revolution
Mision Verdad: Why Does Venezuela Have a National Constituent Assembly?
A Review of US Media Coverage on Venezuela
Chamba Juvenil Trains 20,000 Unemployed Youth to Increase Food Production
Venezuela Will Increase 'Anti-Imperialist Defense' Against Threats from the US: Maduro
Resolution of the Political Council of ALBA-TCP on Venezuela (August 7, 2017)
Task Forces on the Americas: "Statement on Venezuela"
Allied EventsDelegation to China: Pearl River Delta Region - Shenzhen, Dongguan, Hong Kohn Labor, Globalization, Migrant Workers, with Celebrate New Year in Hong Kong!
U.S. Activist Solidarity Delegation to China, organized by National Immigrant Solidarity Network and Action LA Network, will explore historic, cultural, social, political and economic aspects of China. Our goal is to help promote a deeper understanding and to realize the importance of U.S.-China relations to the US and the world.