CANCELLED – Event 4/1/2017: Conversation about the Current Situation in Venezuela


People to People
Seeds of Solidarity for Venezuelan Project
Conversation about the Current Situation in Venezuela

Update by Omar Sierra, Boston Venezuelan Consulate
Community Church of Boston
565 Boylston St #2, Boston, MA 02116
Saturday, April 1, 2017, 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Light refreshments, donations accepted
No one will be turned away
Sponsored by the Venezuela Solidarity Committee and the Community Church of Boston

Please plan to attend and distribute the flier widely. Thanks!

U.S. Hands Off Venezuela Information Picket in Boston

us-snake-venezuelaInformation picket at Park Street T station, (Corner of Park and Tremont)- Saturday, March 4, 2017 – 1PM to 2PM

We will join the Committee for Peace and Human Rights (holding a vigil here every Saturday since 1998), to demand an end to the attacks to the Venezuelan Bolivarian Revolution by the United States.

The U.S. under President Obama established sanctions against Venezuela, and they are now being expanded under the Trump regime.

The Committee in Solidarity with Venezuela will mark one year of work on March 5. We will also honor the 4th anniversary of the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. Furthermore, we hope to inform the public about our people-to-people campaign, Seeds of Solidarity for Venezuela

All are welcome to join us and support our initiatives for peace and solidarity with Venezuela.

To download the flyer: click here.

Seeds of Solidarity for Venezuela Event 12/3/2016

Sat. December 3, 2016 – 3PM
At encuentro5, 9A Hamilton Pl., Boston, MA (near the Park Street T station).

Lisa Sullivan, International Coordinator Seeds of Solidarity Project (Skype participation).
Ausra Kubilius, Seymour Kellerman, Emily Sedgwick, and Robert Schwartz, Boston area observers recently returned from Venezuela.
Nataka Creyton, Boston Urban Farming Institute.
Quincy Saul, Ecosocialist Horizons, also recently visited Venezuela.

Seeds of Solidarity for Venezuela, a project of the Venezuela Solidarity Committee of Boston, is committed to supporting a growing grassroots movement in Venezuela that has emerged with the goal to achieve food sovereignty. We provide organic heirloom seeds to farmer organizations and urban agricultural collectives that are involved in self-reliance and food security initiatives in low income rural and peri-urban areas of Venezuela’s Lara State.

This is a people-to-people campaign.

Co-Sponsored by Mass. Global Action
Download the flier here.