[PAST] President of Bolivia Evo Morales to Visit Boston
Tuesday, February 26, 2008 - 7:30pm
Arlington Street Church
351 Boylston Street, Boston
On his first visit to Boston, according to the Bolivian Embassy, President Morales would like to "tell you, compaņeras and compaņeros, how we have built the consciousness of the Bolivian people from the bottom up. How quickly the Bolivian people have reacted, have said--as Subcomandate Marcos says--ya basta!, enough policies of hunger and misery."
The event is being organized by the Embassy of Bolivia together with a local coalition of grassroots organizations that include Alliance for Democracy - Cambridge and Northbridge, American Friends Service Committee, Arise for Social Justice, Bikes Not Bombs, Bolivian Association of Massachusetts, Boston Bolivarianos, Boston May Day Coalition, Centro Presente, Chelsea Collaborative, Colombia Vive, Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador, Grassroots International, Latina/os for Social Change, Jobs with Justice, Massachusetts Global Action, Santuario P@ra Todos - Arlington Street Church, Stop the Wars Coalition, and Unitarian Universalist Service Committee. The list of supporters continues to grow.
Seating is limited. If you represent a community-based organization and would like members of your community to attend the event, please send an e-mail to info < @ >evoinboston org or call 617-482-6300. Community-based organizations are encouraged to endorse the event and to work with the organizers to enable the community to attend.
You can also submit your request for a ticket on-line at http://evoinboston.org