Join us on April 19th, International Day of Solidarity with Venezuela, for a discussion on the book Viviremos: Venezuela vs. Hybrid War with editors and contributors Manolo De Los Santos, Claudia De la Cruz, Carlos Ron, and Vijay Prashad.
In this talk, we will be discussing the concept of ‘hybrid war,’ how and why the U.S. and its allies have deployed this policy against Venezuela, and what this means for the Venezuelan people. In addition to analyzing the oppressive and violent context of the hybrid war against Venezuela, Viviremos also celebrates the revolutionary imagination fostered by the struggles of working peoples in Venezuela and in a global context.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Manolo De Los Santos, The People’s Forum, editor and contributor to Viviremos. Manolo is a popular educator and organizer from the Caribbean and the Co-Executive Director of The People’s Forum.
Claudia De la Cruz, The People’s Forum, editor and contributor to Viviremos. Claudia was born in the South Bronx to immigrant parents from the Dominican Republic and she is a popular educator, community organizer, theologian, and the Co-Executive Director of The People’s Forum.
Carlos Ron, Simon Bolivar Institute, contributor to Viviremos Carlos Ron is president of the Simon Bolivar Institute for Peace and Solidarity Among Peoples and serves in the Bolivarian government as the Vice-minister of Foreign Affairs for North America.
Vijay Prashad, Tricontinental Institute for Social Research, editor and contributor to Viviremos. Vijay Prashad is the director of the Tricontinental Institute for Social Research and the Chief Editor of LeftWord Books. Vijay is an author, historian and journalist.
Co-sponsored by Simon Bolivar Institute for Peace and Solidarity Among Peoples, Tricontinental Institute for Social Research, LeftWord Books, and International Publishers.
VIVIREMOS virtual book talk will be happening at The People’s Forum YouTube. Join us and share!
Purchase the book here at the website for our new bookstore, 1804 Books!
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