1st Bay Area screening of new film of Revolution and Religion, Saturday 3-28-15, 1-5:30PM

* TICKETS HERE & AT REVOLUTION BOOKS
* SEE THIS NEW FILM'S TRAILER & CLIPS
* Download Berkeley Premiere Flyer & Poster
Attend this historic film premiere Saturday 3-28-15, 1-5:30PM
the David Brower Center, Goldman Theater 
2150 Allston Way in Berkeley, 94704
Get your tickets here online 
or call Revolution Books: 510-848-1196

Dig deeper into what this film is about and check out how to spread the word here. 

APRIL 14, 2015 - #ShutDownA14 - Stop Business As Usual - STOP MURDER BY POLICE!

http://stopmassincarceration.net/

A14 PROTEST TIMES AND LOCATIONS
  • Oakland 1 PM, Oscar Grant Corner, 14th & Broadway 
  • San Francisco 12noon, 24th & Mission St. BART Plaza 
  • Stockton 12:30, Pacific Ave & March Lane

Read and download these flyers

Contacts:
  • Bay Area: StopMassIncarcerationBayArea@gmail.com 510-984-3648
  • Stockton: downs.carey5@gmail.com 
  • Revolution Books, Berkeley     510-848-1196
    2425 Channing Way, Berkeley

Posters  for April 14, Stop Police Murder (3x4 feet large file size PDFs)


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


(DOWNLOAD FLYER JPEG FOR PRINTING HERE)

7 pm Thursday, March 19, 2015

Author Elias Castillo shatters the image of California's Missions as idyllic places where Franciscan friars and Indians lived in an environment of mutual respect. In reality, the Missions were death camps where more than 60,000 Indian workers died, many as a result of whippings, disease, and malnutrition.

The book is the result of more than six years of research and study of original documents including eyewitness accounts by early travelers, records kept by the friars, and historic letters by church and government authorities in Alta California and Mexico. 

  
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.

UCB PREVIEW screening of the new film: Revolution and Religion, 3-17-15

Special PREVIEW screening of clips & discussion from the new film:
REVOLUTION & RELIGION, The Fight for Emancipation and the Role of Religion, A Dialogue Between 
Cornel West & Bob Avakian
(preview and discussion will be followed by a full screening of the webcast)
Tuesday, March 17th, 4 - 8 p.m.
Multicultural Community Center, UC Berkeley
(located at Hearst Annex D-37, near Bancroft Way and Bowditch Street)
Sponsored by the African American Studies Department and
Revolution Books, 2425 Channing Way, Berkeley, 510-848-1196

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. They cut to the bone on the outrages of today's world and the need for radical change. It was a dialogue of transgression and convergence...a challenge to people to discard the mental traps and allures of this system...a stirring model of struggle and unity...a call to Stand Up and Act.

FIRST FULL SCREENING OF THE NEW FILM: Saturday, March 28th, 1-5 p.m.David Brower Center Goldman Theater, 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley
Also, ONLINE LAUNCH: March 28 watch the full film online at REVCOM.US

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