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Dialectical materialism 101 or How Marxists Think

Solidarity Salon 113 Spring Street, Reservoir, Victoria, Australia

Join us in discussing the method of analysis used by revolutionaries to mobilise for fundamental change. Marxism is a science, a philosophy and a highly rational way of viewing our world, which is in ever-deepening turmoil. Learn about the revolution in thinking devised by Marx and Engels, who combined the philosophy of change (dialectics), with... Read more »

June National Mobilization for Reproductive Justice Meeting

Online , United States

Monthly meeting: Full steam ahead to the D.C. press conference! Barely a week before the historic gathering in Washington, D.C., we will come together to finalize plans about the media action at Black Lives Matter Plaza and the presentation to AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler of the open letter for a national labor conference for reproductive... Read more »

Reading Circle – General Strike: A Key to Unlocking Workers’ Power Today

Recurring
New Valencia Hall 747 Polk Street, San Francisco, United States

Working people are standing up to the bosses and union bureaucrats in record numbers. In this discussion series, we'll learn what a general strike is and why the leadership of people of color, women, LGBTQI+ folks and young workers is needed for a successful strike. We'll study past general strikes and discuss how to apply... Read more »

Study Group – The Leadership Needed to get from Rebellion to Revolution

Recurring
Solidarity Hall 2122 W. Jefferson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA, United States

Rebellion is in the air, as students rise up against Israel’s genocide of Palestinians. Workers are supporting the students while fighting for their survival and that of the communities they serve. All oppressed communities demand equality, dignity, and an end to discrimination. Radical activists in all of these movements want to send the brutal capitalist... Read more »

Freedom Socialist Friday Coffeehouse: LGBTQ+ Youth Persevere

Solidarity Hall 2122 W. Jefferson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA, United States

Young people are a powerful force in countering bigotry despite the toll of rightwing assaults, from discrimination in education to inadequate healthcare. Celebrate Pride and join the discussion on how young queer activists are leading the charge against homophobic and transphobic onslaughts in legislation across the US, and how they are adding fuel to all... Read more »

One year Anniversary Rally for Accessible Tram Stops!

Corner of Wilson Ave and Sydney Road, Brunswick 97 Sydney Rd, Brunswick, Victoria, Australia

One year ago we took part in the first rally to raise the demand for permanent accessible tram stops on Sydney Road. This calls is vital for people with prams and users of wheelchairs, strollers, scooters, walkers, walking sticks and crutches. Everyone needs the access to trams. On this anniversary, we still need to let... Read more »

Grassroots origins of Seattle Pride: What it took to win Queer rights and stop the homophobes

MOHAI 860 Terry Ave N, Seattle, WA, United States

MOHAI poster exhibit Grassroots origins of Seattle Pride What it took to win Queer rights and stop the homophobes Visit MOHAI’s “50 Years of Seattle Pride: Posters of Pride.” The exhibit illustrates the unlikely, outrageous coalitions that united the Queer movement to confront AIDS and defeat homophobic ballot initiatives. Chris Smith and Su Docekal, both... Read more »

From Stonewall rebellion to assimilation and pinkwashing: How did we get here and what will it take to win LGBTIQA+ liberation?

Thorne Harbour Health 200 Hoddle St, Abbotsford, VIC, Australia

Stonewall Anniversary Event From Stonewall rebellion to assimilation and pinkwashing: How did we get here and what will take win LGBTIQA+ liberation? Fifty-five years ago the patrons of the Stonewall Inn in New York’s Greenwich Village fought back against a routine police raid. From drag queens to butch dykes, the working class, multiracial, multi-gendered crowd... Read more »

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