Hands Off Venezuela-Madison Kicks off 2007 Venezuela Discussion Series With a Last Election Analysis.
December 28, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Education NewsMadison, WI — After the elections in Venezuela, last December 3rd, Hugo Chavez has declared major changes at the state level as his intentions to create a new party: Socialist United Party. Hands off Venezuela (HOV) will discuss in deep the new balance in Venezuela after the elections. The event will take place on January 6th at the Escape Java Joint from 4PM. The event under the title of “Quarterly Report: Venezuela after the Elections” is part of a series of discussions about Venezuela in 2007 every first Saturday at the Escape.
The first quarterly report will address what the election means for the future of the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela, for the budding revolutionary movements in Latin America, and will distill the lessons that Venezuela offers U.S. activists in building a strong movement for social change here at home. Every first Saturday HOV will discuss different topics on Venezuela like the role of the media, co-managed factories, and quarterly reports.
About Hands off Venezuela
HOV is a world wide campaign that operates in over 30 countries. HOV supports and defends the Bolivarian Revolution, rejects the interventionist policies of the U.S. government, and supports the right of self determination for the Venezuelan people. The local charter was formed in January of 2006, and has coordinated activities with local labor, immigrant, and student groups. HOV – Madison meets on the first and third Saturday of every month at Escape Java Joint.
For additional information on the subject of this release, contact:
Christian Hainds, Local Coordinator.
Hands off Venezuela-Madison
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