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- Mondays, June 13-July 18, 7-9pm (except July 4) – Study Group on Democracy and Revolution by George Novack
- Sunday, July 17, 2pm – Special Summer Book Reading of Talking Back: Voices of Color featured at East Los Angeles Library
Mondays, June 13-July 18, 7-9pm (except July 4)
Study Group on Democracy and Revolution by George Novack
Where did democracy come from, and where is it going? Is today’s U.S. electoral system the best we can expect? This insightful book traces democracy’s development through 2500 years of class struggle in which democracy ”was everywhere the offspring of revolution.” It concludes with a vision of the vastly broader democracy we will enjoy under socialism.
Session donation requested: $3/each or $10/five-week series. The text is available at Solidarity Hall. Hearty snacks will be served at 6:30pm for a donation. Work exchanges and sliding scale available. No one turned away for lack of funds.
The study group will be held at Solidarity Hall (See above for travel information and address.)
For more information, call 323-732-6416 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, July 17, 2pm
Special Summer Book Reading of Talking Back: Voices of Color featured at East Los Angeles Library
The Los Angeles Comrades of Color Caucus of the Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women warmly invites you to a book discussion of Talking Back: Voices of Color hosted by the East Los Angeles Library. This book presents an unusually diverse group of writers speaking out on issues affecting communities of color. Contributors on hand will include Yolanda Alaniz, Karla Alegria, Christine Browning, and Yuisa Gimeno, who will share tales of survival, explore little-known history, and offer insightful cultural reviews.
The book's contributors are actively involved in their communities, and their identities include Asian/Pacific American, Black, indigenous North American, Latino, immigrant, feminist, youth, elder, LGBTQ, students, unionists, and more. Speaking from and to the grassroots, their offerings are readable, persuasive, and rich with personal experience.
Light refreshments served courtesy of Los Amigos of the East Los Angeles Library. Q&A and book signing to immediately follow. Books will be available for purchase.
Get inspired! Everyone is welcome!
This gathering will be held at East Los Angeles Library, 4837 East 3rd St. Los Angeles, CA 90022. For more information, call 323-732-6416, email email@example.com
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