Construyendo la paz en Colombia; Lecciones de la conferencia de Claudia López

Construyendo la paz en Colombia; Lecciones de la conferencia de Claudia López Claudia López visito London para la clausura de su corto tour en Ontario, el pasado Martes 2 de Abril  en Western University. En una sala de Kings University College, con más de 80 personas, Claudia López nos conto con cifras y estadísticas sus …

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The Week the World Stood Still: The Cuban Missile Crisis and Ownership of the World

By: Noam Chomsky/ 15, 2012 The world stood still 50 years ago during the last week of October, from the moment when it learned that the Soviet Union had placed nuclear-armed missiles in Cuba until the crisis was officially ended — though unknown to the public, only officially. The image of the world standing still …

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Why Chavez Won: An Inside View

By: Lisa Sullivan/SOAW Latina/ October 8, 2012 A few days before the elections, a friend from the states wrote me: “Hi Lisa, all the main stream media down here has Chavez losing and ready to die. Can you give me a more accurate update on the elections?” My inbox began to fill up with similar inquiries, …

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A New Tradition spreads the word in T.O

By: Juan Diego Castro/ 5, 2012 “Spread the word, ancient texts have arisen bringing into fruition…A NEW TRADITION…” With these words Ruben ‘Beny’ Esguerra the creative mind behind the music, lyrics and concept of A New Tradition, closed his CD Release Jam, last Thursday, August 30th , held at Lula Lounge in downtown Toronto. The …

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‘Catastrophe': Critics Slam Neoliberal Plan for Privatized Cities in Honduras

By: Common Dreams Staff/ 6, 2012 What an official of the rightwing government of Honduras is calling the “most important project in half a century,” critics of the neoliberal plan to build private cities in the Central American nation are calling a “catastrophe” and argue that so-called “chartered cities” would violate the rights of all …

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