African/Black Internationalists March Against U.S. Intervention in Venezuela


AS here: We’re happy to syndicate for your viewing enjoyment this recent video from the Black Alliance for Peace. They participated in a march this weekend in Washington opposing the siege of Venezuela and have been steadfast in their efforts for a while now. Enjoy!

Black Alliance for Peace represented at a march on May 18, 2019 against U.S. intervention in Venezuela that started in front of the Venezuelan embassy in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C., and ended at the White House. BAP member Asantewaa Mawusi Nkrumah-Ture and Netfa Freeman of Pan-African Community Action, a BAP member organization, spoke about why this struggle matters for African/Black people.

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