There is a huge Close the Concentration Camps march going on right now in San Ysidro. I’ve made a Twitter thread about it, but here are pictures of the march.
Here is the Twitter thread with pictured, video and audio: https://twitter.com/sw1tchup/status/1149836757241753601?s=21
Last night I spoke at the Justice Center about the contributions of Ella James, Coretta Scott King and Bayard Rustin to the civil rights movement to illustrate the multifaceted nature of organization before, during and after the civil rights movement. Another speaker spoke about the developing radicalism of Dr. King before he was assassinated.
I also wore my blouse for the first time in months. It was nice and I’m happy that people learned something from that night.
This woman, Margaret Prescod, spoke about the Bolivarian revolution and also about the grassroots resistsnce against imperialism in Haiti. She also spoke of Hugo Chavez’s solidarity with the Haitian people, in front of the people in Downtown LA today.
It was a powerful reminder of international black and brown struggle.
On Friday, a bunch of people came to the Justice Center to talk and learn the history of U.S. Imperialism in Latin America and how it relates to Venezuela today.
As the news on Venezuela accelerates, it is important to learn and talk about history. We should not let history repeat itself. ¡Viva La Revolución Bolivariana!
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