"Create two, three... many Vietnams", new article from Lêgerîn magazine

Lêgerîn magazine published a new article on its website.

 "Create two, three... many Vietnams - The First Tricontinental Conference of 1966" is the new article published by Lêgerîn magazine on its website. 

The article is about "The first solidarity conference of the peoples of Asia, Africa, and Latin America, the Tricontinental Conference," that "was held from January 3 to 15, 1966 in the city of Havana, Cuba. This massive gathering brought together over 500 representatives from eighty-two countries across the global South, representing political parties, social movements, and anti-imperial organizations, as well as trade unions, and student and women's groups."

The article explained that "the Conference was attended by revolutionary cadres, speaking for the peoples of the three exploited continents, all united in their fight for liberation. Never before had such a gathering of representation from Africa, Asia, and Latin America been convened in one place. Despite the different realities, cultures, beliefs, construction methods, and philosophies of each society, a common denominator was identified: the struggle against colonialism, and specifically American imperialism, which was deemed the most dangerous threat to all revolutionary processes at that time."

The full article can be read here