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Announcement :: International
14 July - Celebrate Bolivarian Revolution - Encuentro 5 - 7-9pm
06 Jul 2018
Commemorate and celebrate solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution, Independence in the Americas

When: Saturday, July 14, 2018, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Where: encuentro 5 • 9A Hamilton Place • Boston

Please join the Encuentro5 Peña community and friends to commemorate and celebrate solidarity with the Bolivariana Revolution, Independence in the Americas and the continued struggle for economic and political liberation/ únete a la Comunidad de la Peña del encuentro5 y amistades para conmemorar y celebrar en solidaridad con la revolución bolivariana y independencia de las nacioneslatinoamericanas .

On Saturday July 14, 2018/el sábado, 14 de julio del 2018 7:pm-11:pm

9A Hamilton Place across from Park St. train station (Green n Red lines and next to the Orpheum Theater)/a cruzar de la estación de tren Park St. (lineas roja, y verde).

To view flyer/para ver volante

Between 1808 and 1826, after three centuries of colonial rule by the Spanish and Portuguese imperialists, most of Latin America (aka Spanish and Portuguese America) with the exception of Cuba and Puerto Rico won their independence. During this period (month of July), liberation movements and revolutionary wars for independence, Latin Americans won and established the decolonized and independent nations of Argentina, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela and in the Caribbean, Bahamas. Today, however, these nations whose independence is constrained by international capitalism and imperialism continue to be engaged in a struggle for economic liberation and true sovereignty. A constraint both political and economic which today leads to wide spread unemployment and poverty and instability, an instability which challenges popular government. In response, the Peoples of these nations continue to build their wall of resistance in struggle against imperialist exploitation.

Entre 1808 y 1826, después de tres siglos de gobierno colonial por los imperialistas españoles y portugueses, la mayor parte de América Latina (también conocida como América española y portuguesa) con la excepción de Cuba y Puerto Rico obtuvieron su independencia. Durante este período, movimientos de liberación y guerras revolucionarias por la independencia, los latinoamericanos ganaron y establecieron las naciones descolonizadas e independientes de Argentina, Colombia, Perú y Venezuela y en el Caribe, Bahamas. Hoy, sin embargo, estas naciones cuya independencia está limitada por el capitalismo internacional y el imperialismo continúan comprometidas en una lucha por la liberación económica y la verdadera soberanía. Una restricción tanto política como económica que hoy conduce a un amplio desempleo, pobreza e inestabilidad, una inestabilidad que desafía al gobierno popular. En respuesta, los Pueblos de estas naciones continúan construyendo su muro de resistencia en la lucha contra la explotación imperialista.

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