See—and share—this talk, a film of Bob Avakian’s new speech addressing the most urgent question of the day: how to understand, and what to do about, the threat to humanity itself posed by the Trump/Pence regime. This talk—from the most radical revolutionary on the planet—makes the case for massive, sustained nonviolent outpourings to begin on Nov. 4. It traces the roots of the regime—the deeper and more immediate causes of its rise to power. Released Oct. 15.

film showing: All of Me Llévate Mis Amores (in Spanish, English subtitles) Thurs June 22, 7pm


All of Me, Llévate Mis Amores (2014) directed by Arturo González Villaseñor. Thousands of immigrants risk their lives riding on top of
“La Bestia,” the freight train traveling through Mexico, in order to get to the U.S. This is the story and voices of Las Patronas, a group of women in La Patrona, Mexico, who have thrown food and bottles of water to the immigrants as they speed by on the moving train since 1995.   



Special Guest presentation by artist, 
Talavera-Ballón who painted “Mujeres Luz,” a series inspired by the film. He is a Peruvian-born painter who has exhibited in galleries, museums and universities across Perú, Chile, Argentina and the U.S.

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