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Venezuela Speaks on Tour 2010

Venezuela Speaks!: Voices from the Grassroots is a collection of interviews with activists and participants from across Venezuela’s social movements. From community media to land reform; cooperatives to communal councils, from the labor movement to the Afro-Venezuelan network, Venezuela Speaks! sheds light on the complex realities within the Bolivarian Revolution. These interviews offer a compelling oral history of Venezuela's democratic revolution, from the bottom up.

The tour will be held by co-authors, Michael Fox, Carlos Martinez & photographer, Sílvia Leindecker. Venezuelan women’s activist, Yanahir Reyes will join the tour from January 20th- January 30th.  Co-author, JoJo Farrell, may attend sporadic dates in February. 

Check back for tour updates! 

West Coast: January 13-18, 2010

Thursday, January 14th – Bay Area Book Launch, at 7:30pm
Dolores Street Community Services
938 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Sponsored by PM Press, Global Exchange, and the Center for Political Education

Friday, January 15th - Niebyl Proctor Library, Oakland, 7pm
6501 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, CA
(510) 595-7417

Saturday, January 16th –Western Workers Labor Heritage Festival,
Venezuela Speaks Workshop, 3:45pm-5:15pm
IAM Local 1781, 1511 Rollins Road, Burlingame, CA

Sunday, January 17th – Sonoma County Peace & Justice Center, 1:00 - 3:00 PM       
Sonoma County Peace & Justice Center
467 Sebastopol Ave, Santa Rosa

Green Arcade Bookstore (San Francisco), 5pm
1680 Market Street @Gough
(415) 431-6800

Monday, January 18th – Ho’down Quartet Gig
Amnesia, San Francisco, 10pm
853 Valencia St. (Between19th & 20th)

East Coast: January 20-February 9th, 2010

(Yanahir Reyes will be with us from January 19th- January 30th)

Wednesday, January 20th  – Busboys & Poets, Shirlington, VA, 6:00-7:30 PM
4251 South Campbell Ave, Arlington, VA, (703) 379-9757

Thursday, January 21st  - Washington DC, George Washington University
Latin American & Hemispheric Studies Program 12:30pm- 2pm,
Room 505, The Elliott School of International Affairs, 1957 E. Street NW,

Busboys and Poets,5th & K. 6:00-7:30 PM
1025 5th Street NW, DC, (202) 789-2227

Friday, January 22nd – Philadelphia, 7pm, Wooden Shoe Books
704 South St.  215-413-0999

Saturday, January 23rd

Sunday, January 24th – Bluestockings Bookstore, 7pm
172 Allen St., New York, 212.777.6028

Monday, January 25th – Brecht Forum, NYC, 7:30 pm
451 West Street (between Bank & Bethune Streets), New York
(212) 242-4201,

Tuesday, January 26th – New Haven Connecticut, Yale University, 7-9pm
Whitney Humanities Center, 53 Wall Street, Room 208

Wednesday, January 27th – Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, 7pm
21 Charter Oak Avenue, Hartford, CT 06106

Thursday, January 28th – Boston, encuentro5, 6:30-8:30pm
5th floor of the UNITE-HERE building at 33 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA 02111

Friday, January 29th – Lucy Parsons Center, Boston,7pm
549 Columbus Avenue, Boston, MA 02118

Saturday, January 30th – 

Sunday, January 31st - Montpelier, VT, Black Sheep Books, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
5 State Street, Montpelier, (802) 225-8906

Monday, February 1st - Burlington College, Community Room, 6:30-9:00pm
95 North Avenue, Burlington Vermont

Tuesday, February 2nd

Wednesday, February 3rd – New York City, Venezuelanalysis Fundraiser
Location & Time, TBA

Thursday, February 4th – New Jersey, Rutgers University, 8pm
Meeting Room E, Douglass Campus Center
Rutgers University

Friday, February 5th – TBA

Saturday, February 6th - TBA

Sunday, February 7th - TBA

Monday, February 8th – Baltimore, MD
John’s Hopkins University (afternoon)
Location & Time, TBA

Red Emma’s Books (evening, Time TBA)
800 St. Paul St., Baltimore, MD 21202

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