US Economic War On Venezuela Targets CLAP Food Program Relied On By Millions

By Alexander Rubinstein, -

CARACAS, VENEZUELA — The U.S. government is preparing to levy sanctions against officials associated with Venezuela’s food subsidy program known as CLAP, the latest in a long list of unilateral [...]

Venezuela – After Opposition Support ‘Deflated’ – U.S. Targets Food Aid Supply

By Staff, -

The hot-air figures the U.S. used for its regime change efforts in Venezuela failed to do their job. The New York Times declares their movement "deflated". While it still repeats propaganda [...]

Venezuela Isn’t Syria… But America’s War Tactics Are The Same

By Eva Bartlett, -

Since Juan Guaido declared himself Venezuela’s interim president, rhetoric emanating from Washington has grown increasingly familiar. It echoes the bombastic & hollow humanitarian-crisis type of [...]

You Don’t Hear About It But The U.S. Blockade Is Killing The Venezuelan People

By Esther Yañez Illescas, -

Days go by and Isabella has no idea that her life depends on colored pills. She is 21 months old and speaks a language that can be understood only by those who spend endless hours with her at the [...]

Tell The State Department To Protect The Embassies

The Embassy Protection Collective held the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington, DC for 37 days with the goal of preventing the U.S. government from installing a coup leader in the Embassy before the [...]

Anti-War Activists Protest Eviction Of Venezuela Embassy Protectors

By John Steffin, -

Around 200 people marched and then gathered at the Venezuelan embassy in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, May 18, to show solidarity with Venezuela and the last of the embassy protectors, who had [...]

US Press Reaches All-Time Low On Venezuela Coverage

By Daniel Kovalik, -

As famed Latin American author Eduardo Galeano once wrote, “every time the US ‘saves’ a country, it converts it into either an insane asylum or a cemetery.” Of course, as we look over the [...]

Next Stop, The UN: Embassy Protectors And Other Groups To Stage UN General Assembly Protest

By Alexander Rubinstein, -

WASHINGTON — Following the illegal seizure by U.S. authorities of the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington, the group of activists who lived in the building for 37 days — protecting it from such a [...]

There’s Far More Diversity In Venezuela’s ‘Muzzled’ Media Than In US Corporate Press

By Lucas Koerner AND Ricardo Vaz, -

The international corporate media have long displayed a peculiar creativity with the facts in their Venezuela reporting, to the point that coverage of the nation’s crisis has become perhaps the [...]

A Day In A Venezuelan Chavista Stronghold: Communal Resistance In Caracas

By Marco Teruggi, -

Caracas a city made up of several cities. They oppose each other; sometimes they are afraid of each other. The east side bursts with news about Juan Guaido and the opposition. The west side is [...]

The US-Led Coup In Venezuela Comes To Washington

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

For 37 days, from April 10 to May 16, activists calling themselves the Embassy Protection Collective stayed at the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington, DC 24/7 to prevent the United States from [...]

The Activists Who Defended The Venezuelan Embassy, ​​Won

By Bruno Sgarzini, -

When Reverend Jesse Jackson, icon of the civil rights struggle in the States, delivered food to four activists at the Venezuelan embassy this Wednesday, a cold must have flowed through the back [...]

Chavistas March In Caracas To Mark Nicolas Maduro’s Re-election

By Staff, -

Supporters of Maduro mobilized Monday to celebrate the first year of President Nicolas Maduro's victory in May 20, 2018 election. Supporters of President Nicolas Maduro marched Monday [...]

Declaration Of The Embassy Protection Collective

By The Embassy Protection Collective -

We have joined together as the Embassy Protection Collective to show solidarity with the people of Venezuela and their right to determine their elected government. We are staying in the [...]

Eyewitness In Venezuela: A 14-year Perspective

By Peter Lackowski, -

I was in Venezuela from April 26 to May 5, 2019. It was the fifth time I have been there in a span of 14 years, so I was able to put things I saw on this trip in that context. My first visit was [...]