BA Everywhere Labor Day Picnic Mosswood Park, 1-5pm, LABOR DAY, 9-1-14

From USA Today front page 8-18-14.
A Defiant Protestor wearing a tee-shirt that says
 Mon. Sept. 1st, 1-5 pm, Mosswood Park, 3612 Webster St, Oakland 

As people raise their heads-jolted and inspired by the people rising up in rebellion in Ferguson, Missouri, against yet another police murder of a young unarmed Black man in America - they need to know that another world is possible. Everyone awakening to the great turmoil all over the world needs to know that there is a way out of the horror and madness of this system. They need to know about the vision and leadership of Bob Avakian (BA), the Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party, for a radically new society that could be brought about through revolution.

This picnic is an opportunity for all kinds of people who are lifting their heads, straightening their backs, starting to see with new eyes - to learn more about Bob Avakian and the BA Everywhere campaign and the difference it can make; an opportunity to get involved, to donate, to JOIN this campaign.

Screening of FREEDOM SUMMER. Special guest: Linda Wetmore Halpern 9-4-14

September 4 at 7pm

Screening of FREEDOM SUMMER directed by Stanley Nelson

Special guest, Freedom Summer volunteer, one of those featured in the film: Linda Wetmore Halpern.  
In 1964, 700 students, the majority of them white, traveled to Mississippi to join with Black activists in the South to register African Americans to vote. They courageously braved intimidation, arrests, death threats, and beatings. Three young people, Mickey Schwerner, Andrew Goodman, and James Chaney – went missing and were later found murdered. 


Rickey Vincent discusses "Get on Up" & the legacy of James Brown 9-9-14

Tuesday, September 9 at 7 pm  

Rickey Vincent and Revolution Books in a discussion of the James Brown, his music, and the new movie, "Get On Up."  Rickey Vincent teaches at UC Berkeley and is the author of Funk: The Music, the People and the Rhythm of The One and Party Music: The Inside Story of the Black Panthers Band, and How Black Power Transformed Soul Music.

October is the National Month Of Resistance To Mass Incarceration, Police Terror, Repression And The Criminalization Of A


October 22nd Massive Demonstrations in many cities against Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of A Generation, locally including Santa Rosa, Oakland, Salinas, Stockton, Sacramento, and many other places.  "In October, 2014, our resistance to mass incarceration must reverberate across the country and around the world. There must be powerful demonstrations nationwide on October 22, the National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation. Throughout October there must be panels and symposiums on campuses and in neighborhoods; major concerts and other cultural expressions; ferment in the faith communities, and more—all aimed at taking the movement to STOP mass incarceration to a much higher level. October, 2014, must be a month that makes clear that thousands and thousands are willing to stand up and speak out today and to awaken and rally forth millions."

We Need to Overcome All Oppressive Divisions – Socialism is 3 Things and Above All, Socialism is a Transition to Communism: A New Synthesis; an excerpt from the film, BA Speaks: Revolution – Nothing Less! Thursday, 8-28-14, 7pm

Thursday, 8-28-14, 7pm

Showing of an excerpt from the film, BA Speaks: Revolution – Nothing Less!

Bob Avakian (BA) is the leader of the Revolutionary Communist Party.  This selection is from Disc 2: We Need to Overcome All Oppressive Divisions – Socialism is Three Things and Above All, Socialism is a Transition to Communism: A New Synthesis.

“Yes, this is a film, but that is not its essence.  This is a daring,  substantive, scientific summoning to revolution.  6+ hours that can change how you see the world and what you do with the rest of your life.  Is this hype?  No.” —From one of the filmmakers

Wednesday: "Cease & Desist" Demonstration against Police Murder - Oakland 8-20-14

USA Today Front page: Defiant Protestor wearing
(click pic for larger version)
 Join Protest Wednesday August 20
"Cease & Desist: It Ends Today"
protest called by: ONYX, MXGM, Healthy Hoodz, Young Oakland, Inner Council of Murdered Children, Alan Blueford Center for Justic, see Indybay listing HERE
 5 pm
14th and Broadway
Downtown Oakland

Join our "Revolution -Nothing Less" contingent. 

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