If the Trump administration and its allies continue to pursue their reckless course in Venezuela, the most likely result will be bloodshed, chaos, and instability.
Around the world powerful and diverse possibilities are in struggle. One high priority for progress is activists developing, discussing, and settling on priorities around which to organize multi issue activism in coming months and years.
Author, teacher, and activist Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz will be giving a lecture on March 29, 7:30pm at the Fleming Museum of Art -- Room 101, at the University of Vermont in Burlington, VT. The title of her talk is Indigenous Peoples' History and the Roots of America's Endless Wars.
Amidst the Syrian civil war and on the front lines of the fight against ISIS, the Kurdish people in northern Syria are building a face-to-face democratic, gender-equal, and ecological revolution from the ground up. Burlington resident Janet Biehl has visited Rojava twice on solidarity delegations, most recently in October, and will be discussing the promises and challenges the revolution is facing.
Janet Biehl, author of a newly published book about Vermont social ecologist Murray Bookchin, will be speaking in Burlington, VT on November 19thabout her recent visit to Rojava, Kurdistan where Kurdish men and women have organized themselves into a democratic autonomous region based in part on principles advanced by Bookchin.
The Drug War’s reach is global. As illicit drug use is on the rise in Vermont, another dimension of the Drug War is playing out with unprecedented violence south of the US-Mexico border. Join author Dawn Paley in Burlington, VT on Wednesday, December 17th for a book launch and discussion on her new book Drug War Capitalism.