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We are building a strong online presence with video-based shows, including Shelter & Solidarity. We will soon launch one on New England history headlined by Brian O'Connell and another Spanish-language show based on our hemispheric roots. We have a website for the new book from our community, A People's Guide to Greater Boston. Other efforts including the Color of Water Project are being reorganized in light of new circumstances. We are also working with the Movements of Movements Project. We will also launch our new website built by Agaric Coop shortly.

However, we are not yet open for public activities and meetings nor are we hosting our monthly Peña until further notice. It is not clear to us, at this stage and in light of the health and economic crises of COVID-19 and depression how to operate a semi-public space in the safe and sustainable manner.  

We are hosting regular consultations with the e5 community via Zoom-based video conferences. These will address both the short- and long-term goals of the project as a whole. To participate, please join our email list via email to info >at< encuentro5 ]dot{ org.

The Rebellion in Our Time with Bill Fletcher, Johanna Fernandez and August Nimtz

June 4, 2020 7:00 p.m. encuentro5 helps organize the Shelter & Soldarity online show with host Joe Ramsey and co-producers from Socialism and Democracy, Hard Ball Press, and LaborPress.org. 

Global Teachin: Democratize the Crisis (Boston)

Tuesday, May 26, 2020, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. The global teach-in on May 26, 2020 involves various speakers including David Graeber, Hillary Wainwright, and Dario Padovan. But more importantly, the Global Teach-In is you! You get to participate and shape the discussion in local/regional workshops and listening groups (where these are organized) and in thematic or language-grouped thematic workshops that follow in this 3 hour+ event. The audience becomes the participant to balance the one-way communication flow of the expert. The critical public tests, adapts and reconfigures idea of experts. We link the best of vertical information flow and horizontal applicability and accountability. This free event will take place via video conference. Registration is required and will open on Friday, May 15, 2020. For more information visit, GlobalTeachin.com. Visit our Facebook event page for local updates.

November Peña: Día de los Muertos

Saturday, November 9, 2019, 7:00 p.m. Comunidad, camaradas y amigos del encuentro5. Están invitados y animados a unirse a nosotros en la conmemoración y celebración de las luchas por la emancipación en las Américas, el Caribe y el mundo. ¡El muro de resistencia a la opresión económica impuesta por el capitalismo, imperialismo y el colonialismo continúa fortaleciéndose globalmente por las revueltas de liberación de los pueblos! Pueblos indígenas de Chile, Honduras y El Salvador, el pueblo de Haití, los dalitas y los trabajadores de la India, en las huelgas principales (almacenes, supermercados, trabajadores de la industrias de autos y maestros) en  usna (estados unidos de américa del norte). ¡Y no olvidemos al pueblo de puerto rico, colonia de usna!

Music and cultural ceremony have been important elements of liberation struggles and movements .worldwide. Historically, oppressed people have shared their pain, resistance and hope expressed in protest music, song, poetry and dance, and most importantly, storytelling.  Africa, the Caribbean, Ireland, India, Cuba, usna and Latin American struggles and revolutions for example have contributed greatly to this literature of protest, hope and change. The struggles for economic justice and liberation continue. Many Indigenous and racially oppressed Peoples of the Americas migrate from their native countries in Central and South America, the Caribbean, Africa and often from southern states to the north of usna (united states of north America). Included in these migrations are the People of Puerto Rico who have migrated annually to the mainland (usna) as seasonal farm workers as do other Latinamerican farm workers.  Workers and their families emigrate in search of jobs, better quality of life and in many cases fleeing from violence and persecution. While they are emigrating from different regions, they share the impact of capitalism, imperialism and racism, which are paramount to their oppression. In solidarity  with the Indigenous Peoples of Central and South Americas being held hostage at usna borders and in honor of those who gave their lives to liberation struggles, we will participate in the LatinAmerican tradition of  Altares and the Mexican “día de los muertos” activities.  To enhance these celebrations of life please join us and bring an item or remembrance in memory of a loved one and or someone who influenced you and has passed on to the spirit world.


"Democracy Denied" w/author Victor Wallis

Saturday, October 12, 2019, 4:00 p.m. Join Victor Wallis to discuss his new book, Democracy Denied: Five Lectures on U.S. Politics.

As the US lurches from crisis to crisis with its politics now appearing unhinged, fundamental structural problems remain. How do we make sense of the fact that the wealthiest country in the world when compared with other developed countries has:

  • the highest incarceration rates
  • the highest poverty rates
  • the most effective climate change denial lobby
  • thrown up barriers to voting and ballot access
  • the highest proportion of its people without health coverage?

This event explores the answers to these questions with Victor Wallis and a panel of activist readers.

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Peña: The Other 9/11

Saturday, September 14, 2019, 7:00 p.m. encuentro5 community, friends, activists and freedom fighters, You are invited and encouraged to participate in celebration of the anniversaries of Latin American Independence and commemoration of their continuing resistance to imperialist economic oppression and their struggle for economic sovereignty. The month of September marks anniversaries of the independence of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Chile, Mexico, Belize, and Brazil. “Independent” yes but still trapped in an economic stranglehold imposed on them by Eurocentric imperialism including "usna" (united states of north america). A year ago, we discussed the winds of right wing tendencies that were blowing across not just Latin America but in other parts of the world. This year, we are witnessing the fascist wave that is threatening democracy internationally. Democratically elected leaders and administrations have been and continue to be undermined, threatened, and even killed by eurocentric capitalism and imperialism! Resistance is demanded and a bold example of resistance was the recent uprising of the People of the captive, nation of Puerto Rico when tens of thousands Boricuas (Puerto Ricans) protested, demonstrated and marched demanding successfully, the ouster of the vile, vicious and corrupt governor and his cronies. Additional tens of thousands in the mainland (usna) marched in support of their sisters and brothers in Puerto Rico! Oppressed, Peoples are taking to the streets, rising up in protest of exploitation and racism, and demanding respect for human rights and dignity. Consistent and persistent support from solidarity networks can help form united fronts in the building of walls of resistance! And, let us not forget the indigenous Peoples being held hostage at the northamerican made borders. These members of the First Nations are being denied the most basic human needs and human rights and we MUST reverse these inhumane policies. We MUST build a new world without borders!


**Please Join us in welcoming Our Own Compa and Special Guest Sergio Reyes! He will share update on Chile and song**

La comunidad del encuentro5, amistades, activistas y luchadores por la libertad son invitados y animado a participar en la celebración de los aniversarios de la independencia latinoamericana y la conmemoración de su continua resistencia a la opresión económica imperialista y su lucha por la soberanía económica. El mes de septiembre marca los aniversarios de la independencia de Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Chile, México, Beliz y Brasil. "Independiente" sí, pero todavía atrapado en un dominio económico impuesto por el imperialismo eurocéntrico, incluida usna (estados unidos de norte america). Hace un año, discutimos los vientos de las tendencias derechistas que soplaban no solo en América Latina sino en otras partes del mundo. Este año, estamos presenciando la ola fascista que amenaza la democracia a nivel internacional. ¡Los líderes y las administraciones elegidas democráticamente han sido y siguen siendo socavados, amenazados e incluso asesinados por el capitalismo eurocéntrico y el imperialismo! Se exige resistencia y un ejemplo valeroso de resistencia fue el reciente levantamiento del pueblo de la nación cautiva de Puerto Rico cuando decenas de miles de boricuas (puertorriqueños) protestaron, manifestaron y marcharon exigiendo con éxito, la expulsión de lo vil, vicioso y corrupto, gobernador y sus compinches. ¡Decenas de miles adicionales en el continente (usna) marcharon en apoyo de sus hermanas y hermanos en Puerto Rico! Pueblos oprimidos, salen a las calles, se levantan en protesta contra la explotación y el racismo, y exigen respeto por los derechos humanos y la dignidad. ¡El apoyo constante y persistente de las redes de solidaridad puede ayudar a formar frentes unidos en la construcción de muros de resistencia! Y, no nos olvidemos de los pueblos indígenas retenidos como rehenes en las fronteras hechas en América del Norte. A estos miembros de las Primeras Naciones se les niegan las necesidades y los derechos humanos más básicos y DEBEMOS revertir estas políticas inhumanas. ¡DEBEMOS construir un mundo nuevo sin fronteras!

** ¡Únase a nosotros para dar la bienvenida a nuestro propio compañero e invitado especial Sergio Reyes! el Compartirá actualizaciones sobre Chile y canción!**


Independence and Sovereignty in Latin America - the July Peña

Saturday, June 13th, 7:00 p.m.  Join the encuentro5 community and friends in commemorating and celebrating anniversaries of Independence and Sovereignty in Latin America at 9A Hamilton Pl. Boston across from Park Street Train station and next to Orpheum Theater.

Únase a la comunidad y amistades del encuentro5 para conmemorar y celebrar los aniversarios de Independencia y Soberanía en América Latina el sábado 13 de julio de 2019 7: pm. 9A Hamilton Pl. Boston frente a la estación de tren de Park Street y al lado del teatro Orpheum. 

Commemoration & Celebration of Juneteenth, the June Peña


Saturday, June 8th, 7:00 p.m. While we commemorate and celebrate Juneteenth’s 154th Anniversary in 2019, we are witnessing the former colonizers’ attempt to economically recolonize independent sovereign LatinAmercian Nations. The Venezuelan People are under direct attack from the unsn (united states of north america) and Euro and European countries. Included are LatinAmerican sovereign nations that are being blackmailed and threatened by unsna into supporting sanctions against their sister nations. Among these sovereign nations are El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Brazil, Colombia and now Mexico!

Join us to continue building and strengthening the wall of RESISTANCE against unsna and european sanctions, intervention, aggression and war against the Peoples of sovereign nations and defend their rights to economic and political self-determination!

Halt 21st Century global right wing paths to fascism!

Mientras que conmemoramos y celebramos el 154 aniversario de ¨Juneteenth¨ en el 2019, estamos presenciando el intento de los pasados colonizadores de recolonizar económicamente las naciones latinoamericanas soberanas independientes. El pueblo venezolano está bajo ataque directo de euna (estados unidos de norte américa) y los países europeos. Se incluyen las naciones soberanas de América Latina que están siendo chantajeadas y amenazadas por euna para que apoyen las sanciones contra sus naciones hermanas. ¡Entre estas naciones soberanas están El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Brasil, Colombia y ahora México!

¡Únase a nosotros para continuar construyendo y fortaleciendo el muro de RESISTENCIA contra las sanciones, intervenciones, agresiones y guerras de na (norte america) y europa contra los Pueblos autónomos y naciones soberanas y defender sus derechos a su auto determinación política y económica!

¡Alto a los trayectos derechistas mundial en camino al fascismo en el siglo XXI!


Working-Class Heroes, A History of Struggle in Song

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Monday, June 17th, 2019, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Matt Callahan and Yvonne Moore return to encuentro5 with songs from their just-released CD & Songbook, "Working-Class Heroes: A History of Struggle in Song (PM Press). Featuring over a dozen songwriters, from Joe Hill to Aunt Molly Jackson, Working-Class Heroes delivers a lyrical refutation of the myth that political songs of the twentieth century were all being written by intellectuals and outside agitators in New York. Many, like Ella May Wiggins, were literally murdered by the bosses. Others, like Sarah Ogan Gunning, watched their children starve to death and their husbands die of black lung, only to rise up singing against the system that caused so much misery. Their heroism resulted not from their being different from their fellow workers but from being the same. Most of the songs collected here are from the twentieth century, yet their striking relevance to current affairs invites us to explore the historical conditions that inspired their creation: deep, systemic crisis, advancing fascism, and the threat of world war. In the face of violent terror, these working-class songwriters bravely stood up to fight oppression. Such courage and heroism is immortal, such heroes should be celebrated and their songs can still lift our spirits, if we sing them today.

This event is free; donations appreciated!

March's Peña




Our encuentro5 Revolutionary Compañeros are Providing Food and Beverages/
Nuestros compañeros Revolucionarios del encuentro5 están proporcionando alimentos y bebidas

The #Me too and #time’s Up uprisings have influenced a social reflection resulting in the examination of  this society’s practices of the marginalizing of women and in particular African Descent and Women of Color.  In the last elections of 2018 in the usna (united states of north america) alone 102 women were elected to the 116th Congress.  While it has been an impressive year for women’s resistance globally, marching and protesting decades and centuries of oppression, exploitation and violation of their human rights, there still remains a lot to be done.  Please join encuentro5 as we honor and commemorate the Women who gave their lives in struggle for their sisters’ liberation and advancement and to celebrate the continuing fierce struggles and movements. Join us in sharing stories of the women who inspired us and continue to motivate and advance feminine revolutionary movements!

Los alzamientos de #Me too y # time´s Up han influido una reflexión social que ha resultado en el examen de las prácticas de esta sociedad de marginación de las mujeres y, en particular, de las afrodescendientes y las mujeres de color. En las últimas elecciones del 2018 en usna (estados unidos de norteamérica) 102 mujeres fueron elegidas al Congreso 116. Ha sido un año impresionante para la resistencia de las mujeres en todo el mundo, marchando y protestando décadas y siglos de opresión, explotación y la violación de sus derechos humanos pero todavía queda mucho que hacer. Únase al encuentro5 mientras honramos y conmemoramos a las Mujeres que dieron su vida en la lucha por la liberación y el avance de sus hermanas y para celebrar las continuas luchas y movimientos feroces. ¡Únase a nosotros para compartir historias de las mujeres que nos inspiraron y continúe motivando y promoviendo los movimientos revolucionarios femeninos!


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encuentro5 Peñas are scheduled for the second Saturday of each month. Please check the web regularly for events and flyers/ Las peñas del encuentro5 están programadas para el segundo sábado de cada mes.  Favor de revisar la página web regularmente para información sobre eventos  y volantes


February's Peña



 African Heritage Influence and Resistance in the Diaspora/Herencia Africana su influencia y resistencia en la Diáspora


Join encuentro5 community and friends to commemorate and celebrate African Heritage Influence and Resistance in the Diaspora in the usna (united states of north america)  On Saturday, February 9, 2019 7pm – 11pm  9A Hamilton Pl. across from Park St. T station (Green/Red lines) and next to Orpheum Theater.

Únete a la comunidad del encuentro5 y amistades para conmemorar y celebrar la herencia Africana, su influencia y resistencia en la diáspora en euna (estados unidos de norte américa) el Sábado 9 de febrero del 2019  7pm – 11pm  9A Hamilton Place a cruzar de estación de Park St. (líneas verde/roja) y alado del teatro Orpheum.

We will honor our African ancestors by sharing pieces of history not widely known or spoken about, such as the African Indigenous Peoples. The  Indigenous Peoples of the Americas had themselves been enslaved before Africans were kidnapped, transported to this part of the world and enslaved, and, while both formed and maintained close and collaborative relationships not much is known about them. Pieces of history like these are not mentioned or included in usna school textbooks. Join us on this journey as we learn more about the African heritage influence on usna culture.  Help make this a memorable evening, share Afrocentric instruments, music, song, dance, poetry, food and stories.

Honraremos a nuestros antepasados africanos compartiendo fragmentos de la historia que no se conocen o hablan ampliamente, como los pueblos afroindigenas. Los mismos pueblos indígenas de las Américas habían sido esclavizados antes de que los africanos fueran secuestrados, transportados a esta parte del mundo y esclavizados, y, mientras ambos formaban y mantenían relaciones íntimas y colaborativas, no se sabe mucho sobre ellos. Piezas de historia como estas no se mencionan ni se incluyen en los libros de texto en las escuelas de euna (estados unidos de norte america). Únase a nosotros en este viaje para aprender más sobre la influencia de la herencia africano en la cultura euna. Ayuda a hacer esta noche memorable, comparte instrumentos, música, canciones, bailes, poesía, comida e historias afrocéntricas.


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January's Peña


Happy New Year/Feliz Año Nuevo 2019

January marks several historical events. Please join encuentro5 family, friends and comrades to commemorate and celebrate the Anniversaries of the Haitian and Cuban Revolutions and the Zapatista Uprising of Chiapas Mexico. We will also celebrate current victories on Saturday January 12, 2019 at 

9A Hamilton Pl. Boston across from Park St. T station (Green/Red lines) and next to Orphuem Theater

Enero marca varios acontecimientos históricos. Únase a la familia, amistades y camaradas del encuentro5 para conmemorar y celebrar los aniversarios de las revoluciones haitiana y cubana y el levantamiento zapatista de Chiapas México. También celebraremos las victorias corrientes el sábado 12 de enero de 2019 en 9A Hamilton Pl. Boston frente a la estación de Park St. T (líneas verde / roja) y al lado del Teatro Orphuem


2018 went out with a government SHUTDOWN orchestrated by the president! The instance that the People of usna pay for a “wall to keep out illegal immigrants” while immigrants who exercise their right to seek asylum are being denied (illegally) that right while starving, ill and denied basic human hygiene is appalling! In addition, children are dying while “in custody” of the usna federal border patrols enforcement officials. However, 2018 with its horrific nightmares, has also served as a catalyst to the building and strengthening of liberation movements as well as revitalizing movements such as women’s rights to confront such issues as sexual abuse, inequities in employments and wages. Other glaring issues continue to be outstanding and in need of address such as racial oppression and in particular the marginalization of  Women of Color  we must also address the weakening of workers protections and we must resist the rampant destruction of our environment. 
We will commemorate and celebrate the 215th Anniversary (January 1, 1804) of the Haitian Revolution and the 60th Anniversary (January 1, 1959) of the Cuban Revolution.

¡2018 salió con un CIERRE de gobierno orquestado por el presidente! ¡El caso de que el pueblo de usna pague por un “muro para mantener alejados a los inmigrantes ilegales", mientras que a los inmigrantes que ejercen su derecho a buscar asilo se les niega (ilegalmente) ese derecho mientras se muere de hambre, está enfermo y se le niega la higiene humana básica, es espantoso! Además, los niños se están muriendo mientras están "bajo custodia" de los oficiales federales de las patrullas fronterizas de la usna. Sin embargo, 2018 con sus horribles pesadillas, también ha servido como catalizador para construir y fortalecer los movimientos de liberación, así como como el derecho de las mujeres a enfrentar temas del abuso sexual, las inequidades en los empleos y los salarios. Otros problemas flagrantes siguen siendo sobresalientes y necesitan ser abordados, como la opresión racial y, en particular, la marginación de las Mujeres de Color. También debemos abordar el debilitamiento de las protecciones de los trabajadores y debemos resistir la destrucción desenfrenada de nuestro ambiente. Conmemoraremos y celebraremos el 215 aniversario (1 de enero del 1804) de la Revolución haitiana y el 60 aniversario (1 de enero del 1959) de la Revolución cubana.

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December's Peña


 You are invited to participate with encuentro5 community and friends to commemorate, celebrate and observe  International Human Rights and Global Migrants Days (declared by the United Nations) and to honor Berta Cáceres and Rosa Parks, on Saturday December 8, 2018  7:pm 'til late. 9 Hamilton Pl. across from Park St. Station  (Green/Red lines) and next to the Orpheum Theater/te invitamos a compartir con la comunidad de encuentros5 y sus amistades para conmemorar, celebrar y observar los Días Internacional de los Derechos Humanos y de los Migrantes (declarados por las Naciones Unidas) y para honrar a Berta Cáceres y Rosa Parksel sábado 8 de diciembre del 2018  7: pm hasta tarde. 9A Hamilton Pl. cruzar de la estación del tren Park St. (líneas verdes / rojas) y al lado del teatro Orpheum.



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Rosa Parks and Berta Cáceres were Warriors who resisted oppression and fought for human rights and  liberation in their effort to create a world without borders where human beings can move freely without restrictions with dignity and respect./Rosa Parks y Berta Cáceres fueron guerreras que resistieron la opresión y lucharon por los derechos humanos  y liberación en sus esfuerzos para crear un mundo sin fronteras donde los seres humanos puedan moverse libremente sin restricciones con dignidad y respeto.


Rosa Parks, an African American woman from the South, was a prominent human rights symbol in the usna (united states of north America) Civil Rights Movement of the ‘50s/’60s. She was also known as the first lady of civil rights" and ‘mother of the freedom movement.’ While Rosa Parks was very active on multiple levels in the Civil Rights Movement, she was best known for her refusal to give up her seat to a white man on a Montgomery city bus in Alabama and was arrested for violating segregation law. This single act of nonviolent resistance sparked the Montgomery bus boycott that lasted eleven-months, resulting in the desegregation of the city's buses. This action was followed by and triggered a wave of protest that reverberated throughout the nation. Her passionate commitment to the struggle for human rights and liberation continues to fuel antiracist and liberation movements and the struggle for the acknowledgement of Black Women in leadership.

Berta Cáceres was a fearless Honduran indigenous woman and leader in the struggle for women’s equality, land rights and was an environmental activist. She co-founded and coordinated the Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH). Unfortunately, Berta was murdered by unknown assassins in the midst her work. However, her passion and legacy lives on and will continue to inspire women, Indigenous Peoples, the Landless and all engaged in struggles and movements for human rights, dignity and liberation.

Rosa Parks, una mujer afroamericana del sur, fue un símbolo prominente en el Movimiento de Derechos Civiles de USNA de los años 50/60. Ella fue una activista por los derechos civiles y humano. Ella también fue conocida como la "primera dama de los derechos civiles" y "la madre del movimiento de liberación". Mientras Rosa Parks fue muy activa en múltiples niveles en el Movimiento por los Derechos Civiles, fue mejor conocida por no ceder su asiento a un hombre blanco pasajero en un autobús de la ciudad de Montgomery en Alabama. y fue arrestada por violar la ley de segregación. Este solo acto de resistencia (pasiva) provocó el boicot de autobús de Montgomery que duró once meses, resultando en la desegregación de los autobuses de la ciudad. Esta acción fue seguida por y desencadenó una ola de protestas que repercutió en toda la nación. Su compromiso apasionado con la lucha por los derechos humanos y liberación continúa alimentando los movimientos antirracistay de liberación y la lucha por el reconocimiento de las mujeres negras en el liderazgo.

Berta Cáceres, una intrépida mujer valiente indígena hondureña y líder en la lucha por la igualdad de las mujeres, los derechos a la tierra y también una activista ambientalista. Ella cofundó y coordinó el Consejo de Organizaciones Populares e Indígenas de Honduras (COPINH). Desafortunadamente, Berta fue asesinada por asesinos desconocidos en medio de su trabajo. Sin embargo, su pasión y legado viven y continuarán inspirando a las mujeres, los Pueblos Indígenas, los Sin Tierra y todos los involucrados en luchas y movimientos por los derechos humanos, la dignidad y la liberación.



Immediately following program an end of year celebration will begin. Bring musical instruments and dancing shoes/inmediatamente después del programa comenzará una celebración de fin del año!/ traiga instrumentos musicales y zapatos de baile!


Fighting the Undeclared Emergency in India


Fighting the Undeclared Emergency in India


When: Saturday, December 15th at 7pm

Where: encuentro 5, 9 Hamilton Pl, Ste A, Boston (Green/Red line: Park Street station)


Workers, peasants, Dalits, Muslims, indigenous people and activists are under attack because of the Indian government’s undeclared emergency. Dalit activists, intellectuals and human rights lawyers recently have been arrested under a draconian “anti-terrorist” act. Adivasis (indigenous people) and peasants, who have been fighting for a fair price for their crops, have been assaulted and killed. Several people of Muslim faith and Dalits have also been lynched with political complicity. As unemployment continues to increase, workers are leading a precarious existence. Despite the odds, Dalits, Muslims, peasants, women, workers, and Adivasi continue to resist the increasing fascist policies of the Indian government. The speakers will focus on this resistance of the people of India.


Padma will talk about the sensational arrests of prominent human rights activists, lawyers and intellectuals this year using fabricated charges under the draconian ‘anti terrorist’ laws in India that have been largely used to suppress dissent.

Somnath will discuss some of the everyday crises that the rural poor face as more and more natural resources are being appropriated by corporations and the political elite and how communities are coping with it.


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