Screening of BA Speaks: Revolution -- Nothing Less! at Berkeley Public Library 8-24-13

Saturday, August 24, 2013
1:30-4:30 pm
Berkeley Public Library
3rd floor, Community Room
2090 Kittredge (near Shattuck ave. & downtown Berkeley BART station)

BA Speaks: Revolution – Nothing Less

 is a film of a talk by Bob Avakian. This film deals with the most important thing there could be–the real possibility of bringing into being a radically different world, where all this madness, all the oppression and injustice, all the abuse and degradation that is so much a part of life now, would be done away with. 

This film needs to be seen, discussed and debated, especially now after the murder of Trayvon Martin and the outrageous acquittal of George Zimmerman, when millions of people are agonizing over some of the largest questions of what kind of society do we live in and whether anything else is possible.

From Bob Avakian, in the film BA Speaks: REVOLUTION—NOTHING LESS!:
“Those this system has cast off, those it has treated as less than human, can be the backbone and driving force of a fight not only to end their own oppression, but to finally end all oppression, and emancipate all of humanity."

Who is Bob Avakian?

"My dear brother Bob Avakian... is the chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party.... He is one of the few coming out of the 60's who never sold out, he never caved in, he never gave up, held on to his forging of a rigorous, scientific analysis of the objective realities that are driven by a revolutionary love – because he has such a deep love for poor people, oppressed people, all around the world.  Whether you agree or disagree with our brother, one thing you cannot deny: that he is the real thing. No doubt about it."
—Cornel West, introducing his interview with Bob Avakian on the Smiley & West radio show (October 5, 2012)