María Remedios Del Valle

María Remedios del Valle (ca. 1768–1847) was an army nurse and counter-intelligence spy who helped Argentine soldiers escape captivity from the Spanish Army. Remedios de Valle was also known as the “Madre de la Patria” (Mother of the Homeland) because of her powerful influence and consummate bravery. She was shot in battle, captured, imprisoned, tortured, thenContinue reading “María Remedios Del Valle”

Afro-Venezuelan Culture and Resistance: A Conversation with Ines Perez-Wilke

Venezuelanalysis interviews an activist and researcher who has written extensively on issues of black identity and struggle. ines_va.png <img typeof=”foaf:Image” class=”img-responsive” src=”https://venezuelanalysis.com/files/styles/full_content/public/images/%5Bsite-date-yyyy%5D/%5Bsite-date-mm%5D/ines_va.png?itok=NXwUeqZt&#8221; width=”1053″ height=”675″ alt=”Ines Perez-Wilke, university professor and activist. (Venezuelanalysis)” title=”Ines Perez-Wilke, university professor and activist. (Venezuelanalysis)” /> Ines Perez-Wilke, university professor and activist. (Venezuelanalysis) By Cira Pascual Marquina – Venezuelanalysis.com May 24th 2019Continue reading “Afro-Venezuelan Culture and Resistance: A Conversation with Ines Perez-Wilke”