HUGO BLANCO talks on fighting for indigenous and land rights in Peru

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Meeting and discussion with

HUGO BLANCO
Jeff Webber, author of books on indigenous struggles and the left in Latin America, and Terry Conway, Resistance Books

Tuesday 26 February, 7.30pm
Community Centre, 62 Marchmont Street, WC1N 1AB
(Kings Cross & Russell Sq tube)

Hugo Blanco has been described as the ‘Fidel Castro of the Andes’. Like Fidel and Che, Hugo Blanco was a charismatic revolutionary during the 1960s. His life of struggle for the Quechua and other indigenous peoples has been chronicled in these titles from Resistance Books. This meeting will be a unique opportunity to discuss contemporary revolutionary ecosocialism in movements of solidarity with the exploited and oppressed in Latin America and lessons for global left politics.

From Resistance Books
HUGO BLANCO – a revolutionary for life, by Derek Wall
WE THE INDIANS – The indigenous peoples of Peru and the struggle for land, by Hugo Blanco
Order these titles at www.resistancebooks.org

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