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Will Bush Attack N. Korea? Iran?
Date Saturday October 14
Time 6:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Location Details
110 Capp Street, across from 16th Street BART behind Victoria Theatre
Event Type Teach-In
Emailkornshell77 [at]
North Korea Tests A-Bomb: Will Bush Attack North Korea or Iran Before November Elections?

North Korea's test of an atomic bomb raises the danger that Bush will bomb North Korea or Iran before the November elections. If he does, the war in Iraq and Afghanistan and Lebanon may quickly spread out of control. Come to an emergency discussion about this danger and what we can do to stop it. Featuring:

Ahmed Shawki, editor of the International Socialist Review, author of "China: from Mao to Deng" and "China" Beyond Deng." Ahmed will explain how the US is stoking an economic and political conflict that threatens the entire Asian continent with disaster.

Anthony Arnove, author, Iraq: the Logic of Withdrawal. Anthony will discuss the escalating resistance and civil war in Iraq and explain the very real dangers of the US attacking Iran.

Senan Khairie, a leading,activist with the San Francisco Arab American Anti-Discrimination Committee, will discuss how Israel is using the crisis to continue its siege of the West Bank and Gaza as well as prepare for a new invasion of Lebanon.

Saturday, October 14 at 6pm
110 Capp Street (across the street from 16th Street BART in SF)
Donation of $5 to $50 requested at the door
For more info: call 415-861-3103, or email: MissionISO [at]

Sponsored by the International Socialist Organization as part of the day-long Bay Area Socialist Conference, see details below:

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Ideas for Resisting US Empire
Bay Area Socialist Conference
San Francisco, Mission District
Saturday, October 14 from 10am to 8pm

Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon... is Iran next?
What can we do? Bush is to blame, but will getting rid of him stop the wars?
Will the Democrats help build an effective immigrant rights movement?
We don't think so. Come join us for a daylong socialist education conference to learn Marxist theory, debate the history of the fight against oppression and discuss how to put ideas into action today in the fight for a better world.

Workshops from 10:30am to 5pm include:
Labor’s Giant Step: Was a Revolution Possible in the 1930's?
Zionism: Racist to the Core
10 Days That Shook the World: Intro to the 1917 Russian Revolution
Capitalism, Slavery and the Origins of Racism
A World Without Borders: Marxism and Immigrant
Fighting the Rise of Islamophobia: Socialism & Religion
Rosa Luxemburg’s Reform or Revolution
Lenin’s Imperialism: The Highest Stage of Capitalism
Mistaken Identity: What Happened to Feminism

Conference registration begins at 10am on Saturday, October 14
110 Capp Street, Second Floor, ISO Office
Work Shops Begin at 10:30am and run until 5pm

Special Anti-War Panel at 6pm
Ahmed Shawki, editor of the International Socialist Review, author of Black Liberation and Socialism
Anthony Arnove, author, Iraq, The Logic of Withdrawal, editor, Voices of People's History of the US
Senan Khairie, leading activist in the San Francisco Arab American Anti-Discrimination Committee

Sponsored by the Bay Area International Socialist Organization
415-861-3103 for more info or email MissionISO [at]
$5 to $50 sliding scale, Childcare available upon request
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