A Terrorist Attack in Paris, a World of Horrors, and the NEED FOR ANOTHER WAY; Discussion w/ Revolution correspondent Larry Everest: 7PM, Tues. 11-24-15

A Discussion with Revolution correspondent & author Larry Everest. In the last weeks the U.S. massively ramped up bombing attacks on Syria. The U.S. and its allies carried out a dozen strikes in Syria on Saturday alone. The U.S. rulers do not even agree on who their enemy is or what their immediate objectives are in Syria. One week it's ISIS, next week it's the Russians or Assad... But what is clear is that U.S. moves, along with bombing campaigns by Russia, the military actions of Syria's reactionary regime, and the actions of ISIS and other Islamic Jihadists, are all intensifying the hellish situation in Syria.

Check out the revcom article here A Terrorist Attack in Paris, a World of Horrors, and the NEED FOR ANOTHER WAY

"Between the World and Me" by Ta-Nehisi Coates, discussion hosted by Rev Books 7PM, Thurs. 11-19-15

Letter to My Son: “Here is what I would
like for you to know: In America, it is
traditional to destroy the black body—
it is heritage.”
The Revolution Books staff will host a discussion of this book, crafted in the form of a letter to the author's 15 year old son. Coates explores deep questions about American slavery, race, mass incarceration, police brutality and murder. He shares “the story of his awakening to the truth about his place in the world through a series of revelatory experiences, from Howard University to Civil War battlefields, from the South Side of Chicago to Paris, from his childhood home to the living rooms of mothers whose children’s lives were taken as American plunder." - from the publisher description.

FLASH! Ta-Nehisi Coates wins the National Book Award for nonfiction for Between the World and Me.

#RiseUpOctober REPORT BACK Wednesday, October 28, 7pm at Revolution Books

Join us to welcome back & hear a Report-back by courageous families, volunteers, people of faith... who participated in 3 days of actions in NYC Oct 22, 23 and 24... to stop police terror and murder. Wednesday October 28, 7 PM at Revolution Books 2444 Durant Ave. Berkeley

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