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Ron Ridenour Reports on May Day in Cuba

On May Day Havana is a melting pot of labor solidarity. Photo: Bill Hackwell.May Day 2009 in CubaBy Ron Ridenour / The Rag Blog / May 2, 2009 Seventeen days after the first May Day of the revolution, May 17, … finish reading Ron Ridenour Reports on May Day in Cuba

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Ron Ridenour : Half-Century of Cuban Revolution: ‘Challenges’

Some Cuban youth have turned to western styles. Here, a young Cuban with a punk hair style watches a tattoo artist apply a tattoo at the Metal City Festival in Santa Clara, Cuba, Oct. 27, 2007. Photo by by Javier … finish reading Ron Ridenour : Half-Century of Cuban Revolution: ‘Challenges’

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Ron Ridenour : Half-Century of Cuba’s Revolution: ‘Solidarity’

Cuban walks past billboard celebrating the Cuban Revolution in August, 2008. Photo by Stringer / Reuters. Pastors for Peace leader Rev. Lucius Walker spoke of these 50 years of practicing solidarity as what Jesus Christ would have wanted the human … finish reading Ron Ridenour : Half-Century of Cuba’s Revolution: ‘Solidarity’

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Ron Ridenour on Obama : Conditional Hope from Across the Seas

Lazane Tyler (center) celebrates Barack Obama’s victory in Grant Park, Chicago, on Nov. 4, 2008. Photo by Kuni Takahashi / Chicago Tribune. ‘I must confess that I feel a vague hope that he — this black man who was three … finish reading Ron Ridenour on Obama : Conditional Hope from Across the Seas

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Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part XI

Ocumare de la Costa at Cata beach in Aragua state, one of hundreds of coastline beaches. Photo: Ron Ridenour. Click here to view the entire series. Sounds of VenezuelaPart XI: Ocumare de la CostaBy Ron Ridenour / The Rag Blog … finish reading Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part XI

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Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part X

Oscar Figuera (2nd from right) with colleagues. Photo: ¡Que comunismo!. Click here to view the entire series. Sounds of VenezuelaPart X: The Red LetterBy Ron Ridenour / The Rag Blog / October 9, 2008 On my way to town hall, … finish reading Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part X

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Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part IX

Click here to view the entire series. Sounds of VenezuelaPart IX: FARC, Bush-Uribe, Correa, ChavezBy Ron Ridenour / The Rag Blog / October 8, 2008 Sunday, March 2nd, I turned on the President’s television monologue-dialogue show, Aló Presidente. The nation’s … finish reading Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part IX

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Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part VIII

ABC News’ Barbara Walters, to prepare for an interview with Chavez, visits Santa Criz del Este, a famous barrio in Caracas. Jose Gregorio Cedeno, in the red cap, is president of the community council. Doris Seren, in blue, is a … finish reading Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part VIII

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Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part VII

Clean streets, well painted and maintained attractive buildings; homebrew to boot is Colonia Tovar. Click here to view the entire series. Sounds of VenezuelaPart VII: Climbing MountainsBy Ron Ridenour / The Rag Blog / October 6, 2008 A tall man … finish reading Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part VII

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Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part VI

Venezuelan flag (left) and banner of Mision Zamora Click here to view the entire series. Sounds of VenezuelaPart VI: The Green Revolution, 2By Ron Ridenour / The Rag Blog / October 5, 2008 I had only observed cooperative farming. I … finish reading Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part VI

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Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part V

Blas Castillo, 57, works on Fundo Bella Vista, a farm cooperative sanctioned by the Venezuelan government. Photo: David Rochkind/Polaris, for The New York Times Click here to view the entire series. Sounds of VenezuelaPart V: The Green Revolution, 1By Ron … finish reading Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part V

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Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part IV

Source: Global Exchange Click here to view the entire series. Sounds of VenezuelaPart IV: “This is the revolution of women”By Ron Ridenour / The Rag Blog / October 3, 2008 CHU CHU CHUCHUG CHUG CHUGCHE CHE CHE What! Is that … finish reading Ron Ridenour: Sounds of Venezuela, Part IV

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