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RC4 Speaking Tour
Date Sunday October 16
Time 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Location Details
Malonga Casequelourd Center for the Arts
1428 Alice Street, Oakland (near 12th St BART Station)
Event Type Panel Discussion
Organizer/AuthorReiko


RC4 Speaking Tour – Sunday October 16th from 2pm to 6pm
At Malonga Casequelourd Center for the Arts
1428 Alice Street, Oakland (near 12th St BART Station)

For more info: 510-848-1196
SFBAYRC4TOUR@fastmail.fm

“Its time to throw off the chains of oppression and get with the emancipation
of humanity”.

REVOLUTION?
In these dangerous times, we need to kick off a big conversation about the dire situation we are confronting and what needs to be done. Is revolution really possible? What does it mean to emancipate all of humanity and what does that have to do with Black people’s experience of slavery and oppression which continues down to today? Why is communism the answer and what does it mean for people to be communists and to get involved in a communist movement?

Interested? The Revolutionary Communist 4 Speaking Tour is coming your way.

RC4 Speakers:
CARL DIX – Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP) National Spokesperson and co-founder of the October 22nd Coalition to Stop Police Brutality

JOE VEALE – Spokesperson for the Los Angeles branch of the RCP and a veteran of the Black Panther Party

AKIL BOMANI – member of the Chicago Writers Artists Collective and a correspondent to Revolution newspaper. He speaks powerfully to how he came to be a revolutionary communist in his article, “Losing My Religion”.

CLYDE YOUNG – Upon his release from prison, Clyde Young met RCP Chairman Bob Avakian and recognized in him unique and special qualities. Among Clyde’s writings is a major analysis of demographic changes in the 1980’s, Since the 60’s “Trends of Impoverishment, Oppression and Class Polarization in the Black Nation”.
Added to the calendar on Tuesday Sep 27th, 2005 8:31 AM

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