Screening and discussion of Freedom Riders," a documentary about the hundreds of Black and white youth who traveled by
buses and trains to the Deep South in 1961 to challenge Jim Crow Laws.
Directed by Stanley Nelson.
The Oppression of Women: Bound Up With This System...a Driving Force for Revolution,”
from the film, BA Speaks: Revolution – Nothing Less! This film screening is part of building for nationwide celebrations of the publication of Break ALL the Chains! Bob Avakian on the Emancipation of Women and the Communist Revolution.
We received this message about an important Kick Off Meeting for
The October 2014 Nationwide Month of Resistance to Stop Mass Incarceration, Police Terror, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation Saturday, July 26 2-5 p.m. First Unitarian Church 685 14th Street (at Castro, right next to 980 Freeway) Downtown Oakland (wheelchair accessible)
Just in the past few weeks we have witnessed:
**1000's of children being driven across the border by US devastation
of their homelands and then finding themselves caught between Homeland
Security rounds-ups and flag-waving racists **The District Attorney in Santa Rosa California refusing to charge the cop who murdered 13-year old Andy Lopez **2 videos that went viral showing cops brutally and unjustly beating Black women
All these and more outrages only serve to underscore more than ever the
need for powerful outpourings of resistance in October– as envisioned
in the Call for a Month of Resistance to Mass Incarceration, Police
Terror, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation (www.stopmassinceration.net) that was adopted at the meeting convened in New York in April 2014. Should YOU be at this meeting?