January 21 Webinar: Bolivarian Venezuela’s Struggle for Food Sovereignty under the US Blockade

Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gFJfwt6CQkK36VlGEgF_Fw

Jan 21, 2021 7:00 PM ET, 4:00 PM Pacific Time

Bolivarian Venezuela’s Struggle for Food Sovereignty under the US Blockade

William Camacaro will interview Hugo Alberto Nieves on the progress and challenges the movements in Venezuela have made to re-establish national food sovereignty. (Simultaneous English translation will be provided.)

William Camacaro maintains the website (in English), revolucionalimentaria.org, a resource for background information on Venezuela and food sovereignty. Hugo Alberto Nieves is a long-time activist of the Bolivar and Zamora Revolutionary Current (CRBZ) and Frente Nacional Campesino Ezequiel Zamora (FNCEZ), part of the Latin American Coordinator of Rural Organizations (CLOC) and the Vía Campesina (VC).

The Western conquest of the Third World destroyed and then rebuilt Third World agricultural and economic systems to serve the Western powers. As a result, most Third World countries were made dependent on food imports from the imperial powers as a weapon held over their heads. Bolivarian Venezuela continues to struggle with food independence, especially under US blockade designed to force them to surrender their sovereignty.

Monthly Venezuela Webinar co-sponsors:

Alliance for Global Justice

Chicago ALBA Solidarity

Orinoco Tribune

Task Force on the Americas

Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Circle of New York

Frente para la Defensa de los Pueblos Hugo Chavez (Canada)

Portland Central America Solidarity Committee (PCASC)

Sanctions Kill Coalition


Louis Riel Bolivarian Circle-Toronto

Common Frontiers-Canada

Pacific NW Solidarity with Latin America and the Caribbean

Casa Baltimore/Limay   

Hands off Venezuela PDX

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