For today’s episode, we kick off the hour with Gregory Wilpert, who offers a brief political history of Venezuela and an overview of the United States’ involvement. For the second segment, Allen is joined in the studio by Juancito Trukupey, a Madison-based Venezuelan musician. Juancito shares his experience as a Chavista living in Caracas and […]
What’s going on with the crisis in Venezuela and the United States’ involvement? For today’s episode, we speak to Eric Draitser and Lucas Koerner to get critical updates. Eric Draitser is an independent political analyst and host of CounterPunch Radio, a podcast produced in partnership with CounterPunch magazine and website. His work focuses primarily on […]
On Sept 16th and 17th of 2017, activists from 37 states and over 150 cities in the US, Venezuela, South Korea, and Mexico came together to inaugurate the People’s Congress of Resistance and start a revolutionary movement. A report by Gabriel Clemente.
This Is What I Ate gets a unique dose of Venezuelan Style Caribbean Food on East Washington Avenue at the modest but tasty La Taguara!
Why is Venezuela in such a deep crisis? What powers at play, and why is the left losing? Today Esty discusses the current state of Venezuela with Miguel Tinker Salas and Maria Paez Victor. Miguel Tinker Salas is a Professor of Latin American History and Chicano/a Latino/a Studies at Pomona College in Claremont, California, and […]
Conversamos sobre la activista y documentalista Katrina Kozarek sobre las comuna bolivarianas en Venezuela, su presente y su futuro.