Today's world is defined by the worst economic crisis since the 1930s and the one-sided class war that has been waged for the last 40 years. For working people it has created a space for questions about the capitalist system and uncertain conditions amidst a sense of hope that if we organize ourselves, we can change things. Join the Boston Branch of the International Socialist Organization for a series of three meetings to politically understand the current state of world affairs and how we can organize ourselves for the current and coming struggles to create a world without war, oppression, and poverty.
All three meetings will be held at the People’s Haymarket Fund located at 42 Seaverns Avenue in Jamaica Plain. Everyone is welcome to participate in the discussion.
Thursday, August 27th
The Struggle for LGBT Liberation and the upcoming National Equality March
Organizing for the Northeast Socialist Conference in New York City
Sunday, August 30th
Discussion of Part One of Communists in Harlem during the Depression
Political and Organizational Perspectives for the Boston ISO
Thursday, September 3rd
The State of US Imperialism
Socialist Worker: the voice of socialist politics and organization
Each discussion will be informed by the analysis provided in the following articles.
Limits of Liberalism editorial: http://www.isreview.org/issues/66/editorial.shtml
Joel Geier, The Free Fall is Over but the Crisis Continues: http://www.isreview.org/issues/66/feat-crisis.shtml
Lee Sustar, US Labor in the crisis: http://www.isreview.org/issues/66/feat-USLabor.shtml
The Obama Doctrine in Iraq: http://socialistworker.org/2009/07/22/obama-doctrine-in-iraq
Right wing thugs and corporate "reforms": http://socialistworker.org/2009/08/17/right-wing-thugs-and-corporate-reforms
Free childcare is available--please contact us in advance.
For more information, call 617-648-0561, email email@example.com, or visit http://bostoniso.blogspot.com/
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