Sidewalk Discussion On: “Racial Oppression CAN Be Ended–But NOT Under This System”
Where: Revolution Books
437 Malcolm X Blvd./Lenox Ave. @132nd St
212-691-3345 Price: Free
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Revolution Books hosts Sidewalk Discussion with Carl Dix on an article by Bob Avakian, leader of the revolution:
“Racial Oppression CAN Be Ended–But NOT Under This System”
All are welcome to join this outdoor discussion in front of Revolution Books on Sunday. (We will be social distancing, mask required.) Bring your questions, your insights, and your determination that the horrors of white supremacy and police brutality cease once and for all.
For over 400 years the forms may have changed, but the oppression of Black people continues in all its savagery, as we see video after video of Black people being murdered by police in cities across America.
Can this oppression be ended? YES, IT CAN. But only by getting rid of the capitalist/imperialist system that brought this nightmare into being… and keeps it well-greased and operating with horrible efficiency. THERE IS A SOLUTION: REVOLUTION AND A RADICALLY NEW AND DIFFERENT WORLD.
“It is not only right but crucially important to rise up and wage a determined fight against this racist oppression, but it is also crucial to recognize that this racist oppression will never be, can never be, eliminated under this system — and to finally put an end to it, we need a radically different system.” — Bob Avakian, “Racial Oppression CAN Be Ended— But NOT Under This System”
Bob Avakian is the most important political thinker and leader in the world today. He is the architect of a whole new framework for human emancipation, the new communism.
Carl Dix is a long-time revolutionary and an advocate for the new communism. In 2011, Carl joined with Cornel West to form the Stop Mass Incarceration Network, and in 2016, he was a co-initiator of Refuse Fascism.
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