Black History Month: What to Celebrate, What NOT to Celebrate, with Carl Dix

Black History Month:
“What to Celebrate: Nat Turner, Harriet Tubman, Colin Kaepernick | What NOT to Celebrate: Buffalo Soldiers, Harlem Hellfighters, Tuskegee Airmen”

Carl Dix will lead a discussion of why we should celebrate those who fought for emancipation — NOT those who enlisted in or served the oppressor’s military of empire… and what this has to do with the liberation today of Black people and the emancipation of humanity.

Carl Dix is a representative of the Revolutionary Communist Party. In 1970, he was one of six GIs who refused to ship out to Vietnam — the largest refusal of orders to Vietnam during that genocidal war.











When: Tue., February 19, 2019 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Where: Revolution Books
437 Malcolm X Blvd./Lenox Ave. @132nd St
212-691-3345
Price: Suggested Donation $5-$10
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Black History Month:
“What to Celebrate: Nat Turner, Harriet Tubman, Colin Kaepernick | What NOT to Celebrate: Buffalo Soldiers, Harlem Hellfighters, Tuskegee Airmen”

Carl Dix will lead a discussion of why we should celebrate those who fought for emancipation — NOT those who enlisted in or served the oppressor’s military of empire… and what this has to do with the liberation today of Black people and the emancipation of humanity.

Carl Dix is a representative of the Revolutionary Communist Party. In 1970, he was one of six GIs who refused to ship out to Vietnam — the largest refusal of orders to Vietnam during that genocidal war.

Buy tickets/get more info now