Emergency Protests Trayvon Martin's Murderer Walks Again! 2-25-15

Wed Feb 25 11:30 AM 

Telegraph & Bancroft in Berkeley 

Wed. Feb 25th, 3 PM
Oscar Grant Corner, 14th/Broadway, Oakland
March to Federal Building

Trayvon Martin's Murderer Walks Again!
There is NO JUSTICE from the Dept of Justice

February 25th, three years since the modern day lynching of Trayvon Martin, the Department of (IN)Justice, once again stamps the final seal of official approval to the vigilante murder of Travon Martin - refusing to even charge George Zimmerman with violating Trayvon Martin's "Civil Rights". Once again spitting in the face of anything just, and re-iterating the Dred Scott decision that Black people (or children) have no rights which the white man was bound to respect." 

Dinner for International Women's Day 3-8-15

Dinner for International Women's Day
Sunday, March 8th 6-9 p.m.
St. Columba Church, 6401 San Pablo Ave. Emeryville (at Alcatraz)
Sponsored by Revolution Books. For more info: call 510-848-1196, revolutionbooks.org, or contact revolutionbooks@sbcglobal.net.

International Women’s Day

Break the Chains! Unleash the Fury of Women as a Mighty Force for Revolution!

It is time to rise up against the enslavement of half of humanity!

Elias Castillo discusses "A Cross of Thorns: The Enslavement of California's Indians by the Spanish Missions" 3-19-15

7 pm Thursday, March 19, 2015

Elias Castillo discusses his new book. A Cross of Thorns delivers a damning indictment of the enslavement of California's Indians by the Spanish Missions.  It is especially timely in light of the fact that the Pope has said he plans to declare Father Junipero Serra a saint.  Serra was the key founder of California's Spanish missions.  Serra has been sharply criticized by Native Americans for his role in their abuse and genocidal treatment.

The savage mistreatment of California's Indian population by Spanish missionaries from 1769 - 1821 is a chapter of California's history that has been largely covered up. It has been deliberately falsified by the state of California.  It is at last exposed to public scrutiny in this new book, which challenges the mythologized history and presents the facts of the cruel reality of mission life where the people were whipped and kept from returning to their Native land.

The author is a three-time Pulitizer Prize nominee and winner of thirteen journalism awards.  Born in Mexicali, Baja California, he is a former reporter for the San Jose Mercury News and the Associated Press.

1st Bay Area screening of new film of Revolution and Religion 3-28-15

Save the date...
Saturday March 28  at 1-5 pm 
for the 1st Bay Area screening of the high-quality full length film: 

at the David Brower Center, Goldman Theater 
2150 Allston Way in Berkeley

On November 15, 2014, at the Riverside Church in New York City, 1,900 people witnessed a historic dialogue between Cornel West and Bob Avakian infused with the fire and passion to bring an end to all forms of oppression.  

See the trailer HERE  
Or view the re-broadcast of the livestream version HERE  

Contact the BA Everywhere Committee
or Revolution Books 510-848-1196 

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