2122 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90018
(South of the 10 freeway
at Arlington and on bus lines
38 and 209.)
Fridays 1:00pm- 5:00pm or Sundays 12:00pm- 5:00pm. Or call for an appointment!
- Friday, May 3, 7:00 PM - May Day Celebration—Clara Fraser: The original socialist feminist
- Sunday, April 14, 12:30 PM - Branch Meeting: WAR, INC. Capitalism’s military addiction
Friday, May 3, 7:00 PM
May Day Celebration—Clara Fraser: The original socialist feministA public celebration of this international working-class holiday will honor the life and ideas of Clara Fraser, founder of the Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women. Fraser, a daughter of Russian immigrants, was born and raised in L.A.’s Boyle Heights. She taught a generation of young radicals and women’s liberationists how to stand together to fight discrimination and exploitation.
Speakers: Yolanda Alaniz, collaborated with Fraser to form the Comrades of Color Caucus, and Samuel Solomon, professor of Critical Theory and Social Justice at Occidental College.
Arrive early for an International Buffet at 6:00pm for a $10 donation (vegan options available). The program begins at 7:00pm, $3 donation requested. (Strikers and students $2.00) Work exchanges available.
The event will be held at Solidarity Hall, address and travel information above. Venue is wheelchair accessible.
Sunday, April 14, 12:30 PM
Branch Meeting: WAR, INC. Capitalism’s military addictionWhy does the U.S. government keep expanding their military—after all, no country in the world poses any physical threat to the United States—since for the cost of each jet fighter society could instead build and operate 1,343 school buses? What will it take to stop the capitalist system that needs war to survive—at the expense of most of the human beings, animals, plants and natural resources in existence? A socialist system would put working people in control of the distribution of the enormous wealth we create.
Sunday’s meeting will also feature news on our current activities and plans for our May Day Celebration, Clara Fraser: The original Socialist Feminist.
Become part of the struggle to build this new society. Attend a branch meeting and learn how the FSP works toward this goal. Topics vary from month to month, but there’s always something exciting to discuss. Watch this spot for more details.
The meeting is free and held at Solidarity Hall (address and travel instructions above). A spring brunch will be served at noon for an $8.00 donation.
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