- Created: Wednesday, 20 November 2013 17:42
- Written by Sam Mcgill
As our new documentary 'Viva Venezuela: Fighting for Socialism' launches live online we are pleased to announce new upcoming showings. The film premièred in London on 25 October where 150 people packed out Bolivar Hall to hear speakers from the RCG, the Venezuelan and Cuban embassy discuss the movement in Latin America and its relevance to the struggle here in imperialist Britain. It continues to screen all around the country, picking up momentum, not only increasing our understanding of the struggle in Venezuela, but helping us understand the tasks that face us here in Britain.
Thursday 28 November 7pm Brixton soup kitchen and support centre.
Free entry, donations welcome
Tuesday 3 December 7pm Oak and Pastor Pub
86 Junction Rd, Archway, N19 5QZ
Manchester Metropolitan University
Thursday 5 December 7.30pm
All Saints Lecture Theatre, Oxford Road, M15 6BH
open to all-students and non students alike
The Revolutionary Communist Group was on the streets of Caracas throughout the presidential elections in October 2012. We joined hundreds of thousands as they thronged the city, braving torrential rain or baking sun, to express their support . This film takes you on that journey, through the barrios, universities and workplaces to meet the political activists, students and workers who are changing their future.
As the capitalist crisis bites in Britain, Venezuela provides an inspiring example of how the fight against austerity can develop into a fight for socialism
Show the film yourself!
We encourage everybody, students, workers, activists, in Britain and around the world to use this film, spread the word and seize this opportunity to to highlight Venezuela's role in breaking the chains of imperialism. Alongside the achievements of socialist Cuba, Venezuela illustrates that not only is another world possible, but this world is being built today in Latin America!
Our fight is one fight – towards socialism, internationalism and unity!