Monday, March 20, 2017

3/23, Why We Need to Fight for Trans Liberation NOW!

Public Forum:

Why We Need to Fight for Trans Liberation NOW!

Thursday, March 23, 7pm
358 Washington Street, Dorchester
23 Bus from Ruggles or short walk from the Fields Corner T station

The average life expectancy for black trans women in the United States is 36 years old. 86% of transgender teens report feeling unsafe in school. This is the social context for Trump and his legion of bigot's removal of federal guidelines protecting transgender students. While they try to hide behind the mantle of "state's rights", make no mistake this is a direct assault against the most vulnerable and oppressed people in society. It's an authorization of murder and we can't let them get away with it.

Come to the Boston ISO's public forum this Thursday and join a discussion about how we can fight for and win full equality and liberation for queer and transgender people.

Friday, February 24, 2017

Socialism 2017: Build the Left, Fight the Right

Socialism 2017: Build the Left, Fight the Right

A four-day conference of socialist politics, debate, and entertainment
July 6–9, 2017 • Hyatt Regency McCormick Place • Chicago
Socialism 2017 is a four-day conference bringing together hundreds of socialists and radical activists from around the country to take part in discussions about Marxism, working-class history, and the debates and strategies for organizing today.
Every year, the Socialism conferences aims to be a place where activists can share lessons from their struggles—from the boycott, divestment and sanction campaign for Palestine to the fight for LGBT liberation, from the Fight for 15 to the struggle to stop the destruction of the planet, the fight against racism, and more.
With well over 100 meetings, the weekend will feature left-wing authors and thinkers discussing the debates on the left today, as well as meetings on the hidden history of working-class and socialist struggles.
So join us in Chicago July 6–9, 2017!

Register today:

Friday, December 9, 2016

12/15, Public Forum: Not My President! Standing Against Trump


The International Socialist Organization presents a public forum

With the billionaire bigot Trump's election the attacks against Muslims, Immigrants, Black Lives Matter, Standing Rock, and Refugees are sure to rise. We know that together in solidarity our struggles are better and the week following Trumps election shows that many are disgusted by his turn in American politics and are ready to resist. This panel will bring various speakers involved in these struggles to discuss the threat Trump poses and how we can build a united fight back against Trump and for liberation.
diana restrepo: a New York based activist and eyewitness at Standing Rock.

michael flowers: student at Mass Art and organizer in the most recent city-wide student walkout.

gerardo molinari: central american socialist activist and high school teacher in Cambridge.
Thursday December 15th @ 7:00 p.m.
358 Washington Street
Dorchester, MA