Fractured Timelines: Strategic lessons from Latin American revolts to neofascism and back

Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program (LACS) Seminar Series

Explain larger political and social phenomena on a global scale from the Chilean experience, considering there was a wave of revolts between 2018 and 2020, and then a deep dive into the rise of neofascism everywhere (Argentina is the most recent), and how to find lessons out of that situation and back to a new international antifascist movement, or something like that.

Pablo Abufom is a philosopher, translator, director of Alternativa, Institute for Anticapitalist Studies and member of Movimiento Solidaridad, biology student and anarcho-communist in anarcho-capitalist times.

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