New Freeway Hall

5018 Rainier Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98118
(At S. Hudson St., four blocks
south of S. Alaska St.)
Wheelchair accessible.

Directions via Public Transit
By bus take the #7 and get off at S.
Hudson St.
By light rail get off at the Columbia
City station; then it’s a short walk east.

On street parking is usually available,
and if not, there is an inexpensive
public lot two blocks away on S.
Ferdinand St, just east of Rainier Ave. S.

Phone: 206-722-2453
Fax: 206-723-7691

Public Hours
Monday through Friday, 10am-8:00pm. Or call for an appointment!

New Freeway Hall is available for rent. Click here for more information!

Seattle Statements and News
Recommendations for the August 2, 2016 Washington State Primary Election

Mondays, 3:00-4:30pm

Discussion Circle – Capital by Karl Marx

•Demystifies the economic laws of capitalist production and why they are now holding back technological and human progress.
•Explains how the working class can dismantle the “dog eat dog” economy and replace it with one of cooperation.
•Initial sessions will introduce participants to dialectical materialism – the methodology that Marx used to dissect and understand capitalism.

This discussion group will be held at New Freeway Hall, address and travel information are above.

For info on the 3pm group, call Patrick at 206-261-1420; for the 7pm group, call Emma at 206-348-2049.

Mondays, 7:00-8:30pm

Discussion Circle – Fascism and Big Business by Daniel Guerin

• Exposes industry’s role in bank rolling the rise of fascism in Germany and Italy prior to World War II.
• Discusses how fascism arose from the specific conditions of a social system in crisis.
• At a time when the far right is making gains in popularity and electoral strength, Guerin’s writings provide an important tool in understanding how to build an international antifascist movement.

This discussion group will be held at New Freeway Hall, address and travel information are above.

For more information 206-722-2453 or

Mondays, 6:30-8:00pm

Discussion Circle – 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 2,500 years of class struggle in which democracy ”was everywhere the offspring of revolution.” It concludes with a vision of the vastly broader democracy that will be one of the most profound benefits of the achievement of socialism.

This discussion group will be held at FSP National Office, address and travel information are above.

For more information call Henry at 206-679-3418 or
Note: if the door to the building is locked, call that same number to get in.