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Millions of Venezuelans are mourning the untimely death of President Hugo Chávez, vowing to defend their country's revolutionary process. Gloria La Riva speaks of the late leader's impact on Latin America and the world, the upcoming elections, and the tasks ahead for presidential candidate Nicolás Maduro and his supporters as Washington and the Venezuelan elites strategize to derail the Bolivarian Revolution.
In a 35-page statement read in court, whistleblower Bradley Manning stood by his heroic decision to expose U.S. war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan. Gerry Condon, a Veterans For Peace Board Member and a member of the Steering Committee of the Bradley Manning Support Network, talks about the legal case and the movement demanding justice for Manning.
Women and their supporters marked International Women's Day by taking to the streets across the country March 7-10 to demand an end to violence against women and fight for equality. Activist Peta Lindsay talks about the demonstrations and connects the dots between the struggle for women's rights and the struggles against racism and economic oppression.