Revolution Books schedule of events for April-May



Thursday, April 19, 7PM
Discuss and debate:
The problem is not "gun violence."
The problem is this white supremacist capitalist- imperialist system,
and it must be overthrown.

Fact #1: The 2nd Amendment was about the “right” of white men to put down slave rebellions and exterminate Native peoples.
Fact #2: The NRA is not a “gun rights” organization. It is a fascist organization, arming white people for a race war.
Fact #3: More police in schools means more violence against Black and Brown youth.
Friday, April 20, 7PM
Movie night: Bethune: The Making of a Hero
The true story of Norman Bethune, an anti-fascist and communist doctor who went to China to serve the revolution in the heat of the battlefield.
Sunday, April 22, 3-5PM
New volunteer orientation and meet & greet

Monday, April 23, 7PM
Discussion: U.S. bombs Syria and Israel massacres Palestinians: Imperialism 101

-Why the U.S. is #1 at mass murder and backing of brutal tyrants, and why it is NOT a force for good in the world.

-Why Israel is an illegitimate, genocidal enforcer for imperialism, NOT a "bastion of enlightenment." And why, as Bob Avakian put it, "After the holocaust, the worst thing to happen to Jewish people is the state of Israel." 

-Why the Trump/Pence regime is poised and driven to take U.S. war crimes to a whole new level of horror and what we must do about it. 
Thursday, April 26, 2PM
at SF State University, EP Room 116

Film screening and discussion
Hosted by the Asian American Studies Dept. Discussants include Professor Daniel P. Gonzales.
The Trump/Pence Regime Must Go: In the name of humanity we refuse to accept a fascist America. A better world IS possible, a talk by Bob Avakian.


Friday, April 27, 7PM
Movie night: District Nine
In this sci-fi movie, a powerful country demonizes immigrants (from another planet) who look different than the general population and puts them in concentration camps. Sound familiar?
Monday, April 30, 7PM
Author event: Joyce Carol Oates

The author will read from her recent books and discuss her work including her novel A Book of American Martyrs and her new collection of short stories, Beautiful Days.
Tuesday, May 1
Revolutionary internationalist May Day!
Program TBA
Friday, May 4, 7PM
Movie night: The Trump/Pence Regime Must Go: In the name of humanity we refuse to accept a fascist America. A better world IS possible, a talk by Bob Avakian
Thursday, May 10, 7PM
Author event: Jasmin Darznik
The author will read and discuss her new book, Song of a Captive Bird, based on the life and work of Iranian poet Forugh Farrokhzad.
Thursday, May 17, 7PM
Author event: Sahar Delijani
Presents her novel: Children of the Jacaranda Tree set in Iran after the 1979 revolution, telling the stories of three generations of families whose political activist loved ones were incarcerated in Tehran's prisons.

*Alt-right, white supremacist, MAGA-moron, wannabe Nazi book burners are NOT welcome

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