From Vermont to Venezuela: Building a Global Movement for Social and Environmental Justice

February 6, 2016

romero, bread and puppet theater

Vermont and Venezuela may seem worlds apart, but they confront similar challenges — economic crisis, climate change, and predatory multinational corporations. Join us to connect the dots and think big about a global movement for social and environmental justice which is growing from the bottom up all around the world.

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Quincy Saul from Ecosocialist Horizons will report from his recent travels in Venezuela, where grassroots movements of seed savers are passing new laws to ban GMOs, and where small farmers are taking the lead towards food sovereignty on a national scale.

Kate Kanelstein from the Vermont Workers’ Center will report on their work to secure social and environmental justice in this state, from their Healthcare is a Human Right campaign, to their current plans for a second Vermont People’s Convention in May in collaboration with several VT groups.

February 21, 2016, 4:00 pm
Norman Williams Public Library
10 The Green, Woodstock, VT

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Featuring live music from Sonny Saul and friends

Donations will be requested, but not required

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vt to vz

Hosted by the Vermont Workers’ Center and Ecosocialist Horizons.