Progressive Politics in Mexico with Javier Bravo
Date(s) - Jul 18, 2018
Resource Center for Nonviolence
Javier Bravo from Morena will speak on “Progressive Change in Mexico.”
Javier Bravo, from the Mexican political party Morena, whose leader Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador was just elected President of Mexico, will speak at the Resource Center for Nonviolence, 612 Ocean Street, Santa Cruz, Wednesday, July 18, 2018, 7 pm.
Javier Bravo is a well-known representative of Morena Guanajuato. He is Professor of History and Archaeology at the University of Guanajuato, Mexico, and contributor to the Project Izquierda Latina of Freedom Road, a socialist organization.
He will speak about the possibilities of political change in key Mexican issues of inequality, corruption, drug cartels, violence, and democratic participation.
Local respondents Leslie Lopez and Ariadna Renteria-Torres will join Javier Bravo in taking a critical look on the possibilities for fundamental progressive change in Mexico after the election. Lopez is Director of Corre La Voz and Oakes College Service Learning and Community Justice Program at UCSC. Renteria-Torres is an attorney and founder of Immigrant Legal Services of the Central Coast in Watsonville.
Sliding scale donation of $5-$15 is requested, not required.
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