Wednesday, March 16, 2005

The Bolivarians come to Boston

Since I has been unable to do the post in Miguel's blog, Daniel has kindly allocated space in his blog to post the Bolivarian events in Boston.

For those of you that did not know it, some important personalities of the Bolivarian Revolution will visit Boston to give the Bostonians their perspectives on Venezuelan matters. Several events have been organized by the Bostonian Bolivarian Circles as well as by the Venezuelan Embassy and CITGO (yes the same CITGO that the government wants to sell!). I am surprised, though, that both Harvard and MIT have invited only goverment officials, no one from the opposition.

Here are the scheduled events:

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, MARCH 17, 3 p.m.

Presentation by Juan Barreto (mayor of Caracas)

4:006:30 p.m.

Architects of the Bolivarian circles will explain the advances of the revolution.

61 Kirkland Street. Cambridge

MIT, MARCH 17, 6:30-10:00 p.m.

Exchanges with Juan Barreto (mayor of Caracas)and Aristobulo Isturiz (minister of education)

Walker Memorial Hall-142, Memorial Drive, Cambridge

BOSTON CITY HALL, MARCH 18, 9:00 a.m.

Public Breakfast

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, JFK SCHOOL OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS, MARCH 18

3 p.m.

Presentation by Maria Pilar Hernandez.

The url to get the whole information are here and here.

Jorge Arena.

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