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March 24, 2007



Thought you might find this conference interesting.

Inspired by the achievements of the Bolivarian revolution and moved by the ongoing human rights crisis in the Mississippi Gulf Coast, grassroots organizers in the Gulf Coast self-determination and Bolivarian movements throughout the country have agreed to host the Mutual Aid and International Solidarity conference in New Orleans, Louisiana at Dillard University, one of the country's oldest black educational institutions on May 24th – 27th, 2007.

Presenters & attendees will share organizing experiences, explore opportunities for mutual aid and stand in solidarity for human rights and self-determination.

The conference calls on all progressive forces in the U.S. to join at the to build the Gulf Coast self-determination and Bolivarian solidarity movements. This conference is designed to network person-to-person and grassroots links between the peoples of Venezuela and the United States.

For more go to http://www.MutualAidSolidarity.org

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