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Afro-Venezuelans and the Challenges of Building a Communal State


By suren - Posted on 24 November 2015

How Afro-Venezuelan towns are creating communal networks for production and distribution to face the economic war

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Thursday, December 3, 2015, 6:00 p.m. Jesus "Chucho" Garcia, born in Barlovento, Venezuela, intellectual, diplomat, writer and activist for the rights of people of African descent, studied education at the Central University of Venezuela, where he founded the Center for African American Studies "Miguel Acosta Saigne". He has conducted several studies and ethnological research on African diaspora. As Afro-Venezuelan activist has been co-founder and organizer of many both urban and rural community organizations and longtime advocate against racism and discrimination. He has written more than twenty books on the African diaspora and Afro-Venezuelan affairs. Mr. Garcia is currently the Consul General of Venezuela in New Orleans. This event is organized by Encuentro Diaspora Afro In collaboration with the Consulate General of Venezuela in Boston