The Trump administration wants to severely restrict what the protectors can say in their defense, not even allowing them to state that Maduro is the real president of Venezuela
Blumenthal was accused of assault by one of the Venezuelan opposition protesters at the Venezuelan embassy in DC, where he was reporting on their siege of the embassy
Despite the installation of Guaido’s representative in the embassy building, the activists have vowed to relentlessly fight against US interventionism.
In this episode, Peoples Dispatch takes a look into the arrest of activists at the the Venezuelan embassy in the United States, commemoration of Nakba, and the march in Colombia in which millions took part.
The four remaining activists who were protecting the Venezuelan Embassy with authorization from the Venezuelan government were arrested by the police this morning
For months now, US has been considering military intervention in Venezuela in Guaido’s favor, a prospect that the latter has welcomed in his bid to oust Maduro.
Activists inside the embassy pointed out that the US is employing similar tactics to suppress the Embassy Protection Collective as it uses against Venezuela
Media Benjamin writes from the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington D.C. about the efforts by Venezuelan right-wing forces to take over the embassy
Clashes outside the Venezuelan embassy in Washington DC are continuing with Juan Guaido supporters growing increasingly hostile and violent.
In this episode, we look at the Colombian national strike, the activists protecting the Venezuelan embassy in Washington DC, and the students of Johns Hopkins University protesting the administration’s association with ICE.
Anti-imperialist and anti-war activists have been protecting Venezuelan Embassy in Washington D.C. for the past two weeks in order to impede a takeover of the building by Venezuela opposition forces