Sunday 8-28-16 OPEN HOUSE followed by presentation by the Revolution Club

Sunday AUGUST 28th, 4-6PM OPEN HOUSE 
Meet and talk with the staff of Revolution Books and the Revolution Club. Browse the books — science, history, art, fiction and revolutionary theory that explores the reasons the world is the way it is, and how to emancipate humanity and stop the destruction of the planet 

Sunday AUGUST 28th, 6PM Presentation and Q & A with the Revolution Club: TIME TO GET ORGANIZED FOR AN ACTUAL REVOLUTION

Thursday 9-1-16 Film screening WILLIAM KUNSTLER: DISTURBING THE UNIVERSE hosted by Joey Johnson

Thursday September 1st - 7-10pm Film screening & discussion hosted by notorious flag burner Joey Johnson 
Filmmakers Emily Kunstler and Sarah Kunstler explore the life of their father, the late, great radical civil rights lawyer. Kunstler defended the Black Panther Party, the American Indian Movement, and was called on by prisoners to negotiate for them during the Attica uprising of 1971. In 1989 William Kunstler successfully argued the case of Texas v. Johnson before the US Supreme Court and in a landmark decision won the right to burn a flag in protest. Joey Johnson, a revolutionary, who was represented by Kunstler after burning the American flag at the 1984 RNC, and who is now, along with 16 others in the Revolution Club, facing trumped up charges for exercising this right (of burning the flag) at the 2016 Republican National Convention will host the screening and discussion after the film.

Thursday 9-8-16 film screening and discussion WHICH WAY HOME

Thursday September 8th 7-10pm film screening and discussion 
Director Rebecca Cammisa follows the struggles of these would-be “illegal aliens”— a group of young, unaccompanied Central American children fleeing violence and poverty, struggling to make their way through Mexico, riding on top of a train that crosses Mexico known as “La Bestia” (The Beast) to reach and cross the border into the United States.

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