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Activists host Cuban diplomat

According to Liberation News writer Morgan Artyukhina March 04, 2019, on February 16, the Internationalist Students' Front-GW and the ANSWER Coalition (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) hosted an event at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., commemorating 60 years of the Cuban revolution. The special guest was Miguel Fraga, First Secretary of the Cuban Embassy, who spoke to a crowd of over a hundred friends of the revolution about the revolution’s challenges and achievements, along with two other speakers. Fraga also gave a private interview to Liberation News about these topics and more.

Morgan Richmeier of the ISF was the forum’s host and set the stage for Fraga’s talk by describing the history of Cuba’s anti-colonial and anti-capitalist struggle, including the destructive blockade against the island organized by the U.S. government Sean A. Blackmon from Stop Police Terror Project D.C. spoke about the accomplishments of the Cuban revolution and also the challenges it faces, particularly as a result of the damaging and criminal U.S. blockade of the country, that he saw during a recent 12-day trip to the country.[1]

The New Nepal and its Place in Asia & the World


According to Liberationt writer Morgan Artyukhina on November 17 2018, the Internationalist Students' Front (ISF) at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., hosted “The New Nepal,” a forum featuring three guests: Pramod Kaphley, Director of the Nepal-based International Peace Institute; Hiranya Lal Shrestha, Former Nepalese Ambassador to Russia; and Chandra Prakash Mainali, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Nepal (Marxist-Leninist) and former Deputy Prime Minister of Nepal. The forum was chaired by ISF member Ann Marie Kernen and Brian Becker, National Director of the ANSWER Coalition.. The forum was chaired by ISF member Ann Marie Kernen and Brian Becker, National Director of the ANSWER Coalition.


Hosted by Internationalist Students' Front at GW and Students for Justice in Palestine at GW, YDSA GW and ANSWER Coalition.

Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 1 PM – 4 PM

Jack Morton Auditorium

805 21st Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20052

The Internationalist Students' Front at GW is proud to announce our first major event of the semester, The New Nepal!

We are bringing this event to campus for a couple reasons. Over the past two decades, Nepal has undergone a major political transformation. This will be a historic opportunity to hear exciting new developments in the country and region, as Nepal transforms from a feudal monarchy to a rapidly developing republic.

A country that is landlocked between two major superpowers India and China, Nepal is a country whose own voice is seldom heard. We will be joined by high-ranking Nepalese statesmen to discuss developments in the country and their first-hand experiences with the challenges and success they've faced in an ever-changing landscape.

The speakers for the day will be:

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  1. Liberation News, Activists host Cuban diplomat at forum celebrating 60 Years of Cuban Revolution By Morgan ArtyukhinaMar 04, 2019