LA Forum: Maduro’s Inauguration & Resistance to U.S. Imperialism

January 18, 2019 at 7:30pm - 9:30pm

On January 10th, Nicolás Maduro was sworn in as president for his second six-year term. This was met with opposition from the United States along with the Lima Group and the Organization of American States (OAS). However, there were over 90 countries represented at the inauguration ceremony along with several Venezuelan officials. What is the intention of the opposition in rejecting Maduro’s presidency as illegitimate? Why are imperialists interfering with the self-determination of a sovereign country? Join us for a presentation and discussion on the developments as we continue to stand in solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution.

The FBI is an instrument of state repression that aims to destroy any ideology that steers away from the status quo. The FBI has historically dismantled liberation movements and the people at the forefront of those movements. We’ll be discussing the real role of the FBI both historically and in present day, and how people like Martin Luther King Jr. and Angela Davis were affected by these types of state repression. Join us for an in-depth analysis on the FBI’s role then and now.

Since the 1990’s, Sudan has been a target of U.S. imperialism - that is until the Bashir government began to collaborate with Western powers. Protests have begun due to the repression by the National Congress Party and the economic policies dictated by the IMF. The Sudanese Communist Party is responsible for some of the largest protests planned. The PSL stands in solidarity with the SCP and the people of Sudan. Please join us for a presentation and discussion about this ongoing struggle!

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