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Revolutionary University
Date Friday October 12
Time 6:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Location Details
South Berkeley Senior Center
2939 Ellis St, Berkeley
Event Type Class/Workshop
Organizer/AuthorRevolutionary Workers Group
Join us for three days of presentations and discussions to help us understand our current conditions and the problems we face under capitalism. Most importantly, we will talk about the kind of organizing necessary in order to change these conditions and create the kind of society that we need.

October 12-14
South Berkeley Senior Center
2939 Ellis St, Berkeley

Friday 10/12

Attica – a documentary film by Cinda Firestone

This film documents the events that began on September 9, 1971 when inmates at Attica State Prison seized the prison for four days after months of protesting inhumane conditions. The uprising resulted in the death of 43 people after state troopers were called in to put down the rebellion.

Saturday 10/13

The Crisis of Civilization and How to Resolve It: An Introduction to Ecocentric Socialism

Kamran Nayeri is the publisher and editor of “Our Place in the World: A Journal of Ecosocialism”. Political Economist emeritus, UC Berkeley

The Middle East in the Era of Trump

Prof. As’ad AbuKhalil, Professor of Political Science at CSU Stanislaus and author of Saudi Arabia and the U.S.

The “Gig Economy”: A New Form of Servitude for the Working Class?

Keally McBride is a Professor of Politics at the University of San Francisco. She teaches and publishes on a wide variety of topics, including punishment, law, decolonization, revolutions and political economy.

France: In The Streets, Workplaces, Universities, Schools & Hospitals

Gilles Kobry, an activist in the French Trotskyist group, Fraction L’Etincelle, will discuss the recent struggles against the Macron government’s enforcement of the Labor Law in France, as well as attacks on access to public education and the challenges facing the workers in France and throughout Europe.

Sunday 10/14

Sports And Capitalism – How Sports are Used to Squeeze Public Money for Private Profit

Jules Boykoff, former professional soccer player, currently teaches political science at Pacific University in Oregon. Co-sponsored by the Anthropology and Social Change department at California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco

The Challenges We Face Today – Short-Term Mobilizing or Organizing for Real Social Change

A presentation by Speak Out Now (Revolutionary Workers Group) activists, followed by discussion and time to socialize. Refreshments and snacks provided.

$5 donation requested per session, but no one turned away for lack of funds
Added to the calendar on Monday Sep 24th, 2018 8:47 PM