Wednesday, April 13, 2016

4/14 Resisting the Rise of Trump

 

What do socialists say about:                                           RESISTING THE RISE OF DONALD TRUMP?

Thurs, April 11 @7pm
358 Washington Street
Dorchester, MA 02124
(Google Map Link)

(Take the 23 Bus from Ruggles, or a short walk from
the Fields Corner T stop on the Red Line)


*****Carpooling is available and will be leaving Ruggles Station (Forsyth Street) at6:30.

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Trump's presidential campaign has turned the whole of U.S. politics upside down. Trump has built his campaign on a platform of vile bigotry and racism - calling for more deportations, ramping up of of islamophobia, and violence against protestors. His ideas have opened up space for reactionary and right-wing ideas to take root and has contributed to the polarization to the right in U.S. society.

Trump's continued momentum raises many questions for our side, namely: How do we stop him?

But his rise has also left activists wondering: How did we get here? Is Trump a fascist? How exactly do we organize to shut him down? Is lesser-evilism a strategy to do so?

Join the Boston ISO for a rousing discussion of these questions and more!

Let us know if you are interested in a ride from Northeastern University. Carpooling is available and will be leaving Ruggles Station (Forsyth Street) at6:30.
   
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