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LATIN AMERICA IN REVIEW WITH GUY TERRILL GAMBILL

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Latin America is rarely in the corporate media except  as propagana against progressive governments.  CIA-backed coups go largely rporteded as Chavez and other liberal leaders are depicted as dangerous nuts.

The recent protests in Brazil would lead the niave observer to think that protesters are fighting government corruption, when the truth is that the government has been moving steadily toward addressing the needs of the People, which is never approved of by the corporatocracy seeking complete control of the region. 

On November 24 we examined in detail the Bolivarian Revolution and the lessons it has for those struggling for democracy around the world. Our guest was Guy Terrill Gambill, social justice advocate for many causes, student of events in Latin America and creator of the unique social justice advocacy website GambillonJustice.com.

Please listen to and share this discussion about various efforts for social justice in Latin America and the lessons they provide for the rest of the world on how to organize a united international front against fascism and war.



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