Residents Protest Against Violence in Venezuela
Dozens of Gainesville residents gathered at the corner of University Ave. and 13th street on Saturday to support those fighting for change in Venezuela. One protestor said Venezuela is suffering because of its current leaders, with an increase in crime, little opportunity and lack of food and hospital supplies in the country. This is the second call to action for Venezuela in Gainesville. Earlier this week students protested on the very same corner. Those students continued their demonstrations in Miami where hundreds of Venezuelans have gathered to support loved ones back home.
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