Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution – The 2nd Decade – Profile of a People’s Movement

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Toronto, February 26, 2010

With Kiraz Janicke, Federico Fuentes. Moderated by Greg Albo.

Kiraz Janicke is a journalist for Venezuelanalysis.com, the foremost independent English-language source of news on Venezuela. She is editor of the Peru en Movimiento website and a member of the Caracas bureau of Green Left Weekly.

Federico Fuentes is an associate of the Centro Internacional Miranda, an independent agency funded by Venezuela’s Ministry of Popular Power for Higher Education in Caracas. Together with Marta Harnecker, he leads two CIM study projects: “Political Instruments for the 21st Century” and “Popular Participation in Public Management”. He maintains the Bolivia Rising blog and is a member of the Caracas bureau of Green Left Weekly.

Organized by: OPIRG-Toronto; Sponsored by Center for Social Justice (CSJ), Barrio Nuevo, Hands Off Venezuela/Louis Riel Bolivarian Circle, Latin America Solidarity Network-Toronto, Latin@s Canada, Socialist Project and Venezuela We Are With You Coalition, Co-sponsored by Toronto Bolivia Solidarity, Toronto Haiti Action Committee.

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  3. How did old Spaniards get to have so many names?

    (Simón Bolívar was born in Caracas, Captaincy General of Venezuela (now the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela), on July 24, 1783. His father, Don Juan Vicente Bolívar y Ponte, in his mid fifties, married the fifteen year old Doña María de la Concepción Palacios y Blanco.[1])

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