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Reading Circle: The Palestinian Struggle for Self-Determination

Recurring
New Freeway Hall 5018 Rainier Avenue South, Seattle, WA, United States

This 5-week discussion meetup aims to strengthen solidarity with the Palestinian struggle by studying the history of the occupation and resistance from a socialist feminist perspective. Mondays March 18 - April 15 6:30 to 8:30pm New Freeway Hall 5018 Rainier Ave S, Seattle On #7 bus line and near Columbia City light rail station Or... Read more »

Zoom study group: Rosa Luxemburg, Reform or Revolution

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Online (Baltimore) Baltimore, MD, United States

Time: 06:00 PM - 7:30 PM (Eastern time) Every week on Tuesday beginning March 5, 2024, Four sessions This 1899 classic of Marxist thought explains the crucial distinction between reform and revolution, as well as how they are interconnected in the struggle for workers' power.  Written by Rosa Luxemburg, a leading revolutionary Marxist in the... Read more »

May Day Celebration: Immigrants fuel class struggle in LA

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

This International Workers' Day, FSP-LA celebrates the invaluable contributions by immigrant workers in shaping the bold and militant labor movement of Los Angeles. Join us in discussing the international character of labor rights struggles, the radicalizing effect that immigrants have had on L.A. labor, and the role of immigrant workers in revitalizing organized labor across... Read more »

National Mobilization for Reproductive Justice May Meeting

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Next meeting of the National Mobilization is Sunday, May 19 at 3pm PDT / 4pm MDT / 5pm CDT / 6pm EDT. Register here. Special features: A conversation with Rosa Franklin This barrier-breaking African American nurse and 20-year member of the Washington state legislature will discuss the harsh realities before Roe v. Wade and why... Read more »

Study group: What is imperialism?

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Online

Three weekly sessions beginning Tuesday, May 7th at 6pm EST. Readings will include chapters from Lenin as well as various articles analyzing whether Russia is or is not imperialist. Topic: What is imperialism? Time: May 7, 2024 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Every week on Tue, 3 occurrence(s) May 7, 2024 06:00 PM... Read more »

FSP NYC June Branch Meeting

Freedom Hall 113 West 128th St, New York, NY, United States

You're invited to a NYC FSP branch meeting on Sunday, June 2nd at 1 PM, where members will plan actions & campaigns, debate and discuss developments in the movements, and educate ourselves about national and international issues facing the working class- all with a revolutionary feminist lens. Open to supporters and those interested in joining... Read more »

FSP NYC Branch Meeting – Civil War in Sudan: Cruel Cost of a Revolution Derailed

Freedom Hall 113 West 128th St, New York, NY, United States

June’s branch meeting will feature an educational on the civil war in Sudan. We’ll discuss its historic roots, the ensuing humanitarian crisis and what we can do in solidarity with the Sudanese working class. We’ll also get updates from the Mobilization for Reproductive Justice’s campaign for an emergency labor conference, which is picking up speed,... 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

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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 »

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