Join Alborada’s next Alborada Online event on 2 June in which we’ll be discussing last November’s coup d’état in Bolivia and the current situation in the country.
Watch event video here.
12.30pm-2.30pm (La Paz / New York)
9.30am-11.30am (Los Angeles)
REGISTER FOR A FREE TICKET HERE:
The event runs from 6pm to 7.30pm London time but the waiting room will be open from 5.30pm. A Latin American playlist will be played before the event.
On 10 November 2019, a US-backed coup against the government of Evo Morales led to the installation of a far-right regime in Bolivia. Since then, with Morales exiled in Argentina, security forces have massacred pro-democracy protesters while the regime of Jeanine Añez has persecuted political opponents. Join our latest online event for an update on the situation in Bolivia, six months after the coup.
> Ollie Vargas (Bolivian journalist)
> Olivia Arigho-Stiles (Alborada contributing editor)
> Chaired by Nick MacWilliam (Alborada co-editor)
A regular programme of Zoom events is high on our list of priorities. Anyone that donates at least £2 per month or makes a one-off donation of £25 or more will be added to a special email list that receives priority booking for our online events. We know times are hard so one-off donations of less than £25 are also greatly appreciated – whatever you can afford.