Events

  • Monday, September 25, 2017 at 06:00 PM · 11 rsvps
    Monroe County Public Library in Bloomington, IN

    Indiana: People's Congress Report Back!

    The People's Congress of Resistance brings together hundreds of grassroots resisters from across the country to chart an independent path for the resistance movement. Come hear a report about the first convening of the congress from a member of the Indiana delegation!

    PLUS: As Trump and the corporate media ramp up war threats against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea), the anti-war movement needs to take a firm stance against intervention. Yet the fierce propaganda against the country can prevent this from happening. At this meeting we will have the unique opportunity to hear from a local activist who just returned from a peace delegation to this demonized country.

  • Monday, September 25, 2017 at 07:00 PM · 9 rsvps
    Union

    DFW Report Back from People's Congress of Resistance!

  • Friday, September 29, 2017 at 07:00 PM · 41 rsvps

    NYC: Report Back From People's Congress of Resistance #pcor17

    Come hear reports from People's Congress of Resistance attendees and organizers! 

    On Sept. 16-17, over 600 people from across the country gathered at Howard University in DC to form a new revolutionary front to fight the Trump agenda and the congress of millionaires. Join us for an open discussion about the event and learn how we can continue to build a congress for the people!

    Agenda Items:
    1. Summary of the Congress, including political and organization resolutions passed at PCoR.
    2. Report Backs from PCoR attendees and organizers
    3. Taking Power: The importance of reaching everybody with the foundational PCoR Manifesto, "Society for the Many"
    4. Group Discussion of Possible Next Steps for PCoR in New York City

  • Friday, September 29, 2017 at 07:00 PM · 10 rsvps

    San Francisco Forum: Trump Says ‘More War,’ We Say ‘NO!’

    Fri. Sept. 29, 7pm
    2969 Mission St., San Francisco
    PSL Public Forum
    Trump Says ‘More War,’ We Say ‘NO!’

    In his wildly belligerent “America First” speech at the United Nations, Trump threatened to “totally destroy” an entire country – North Korea, intervene in Venezuela, tighten the blockade on Cuba, expand the wars in Afghanistan and Syria, and break a critical accord with Iran. Trump and his generals threaten the people of the U.S. and the world with the real danger of new and
    wider wars. At the same time, Congress is passing a vastly increased military budget while slashing vital social programs. Join us for analysis and discussion of the heightened war danger and what we need to do to resist.


    $3-10 donation, no one turned away for lack of funds. 
    Refreshments provided. Wheelchair accessible.
    More info: 415.821.6171 or www.PSLweb.org


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    Viernes, 29 de sept., 7pm
    2969 Calle Mission, San Francisco
    Foro Público del PSL
    Trump Dice ‘Más Guerra,’ ¡Decimos ‘NO!’


    En su discurso salvajemente agresivo con un tono de “América Primero” en las Naciones Unidas, Trump amenazó con “destruir totalmente” a todo un país – Corea del Norte, intervenir en Venezuela, endurecer el bloqueo a Cuba, expandir las guerras en Afghanistán y Siria y romper un acuerdo crucial con Irán. Trump y sus generales amenazan a la gente
    estadounidense y del mundo con el peligro real de nuevas guerras y más amplias. A la vez, el Congreso está aprobando incrementos enormes al presupuesto militar mientras recortan el presupuesto para programas sociales vitales. Acompáñenos para análisis y discusión del peligro de guerra agudizad y lo que necesitamos hacer para resistir.

    Donación de $3 a $10, todos bienvenidos con o sin fondos. 
    Habrá antojitos. Silla de ruedas accesible.
    Más informacón: 415.821.6171 o www.PSLweb.org

  • Sunday, October 01, 2017 at 05:00 PM · 28 rsvps
    Milton L Burns Park in Riverhead, NY

    Long Island - The People's Vigil: Confronting the Opioid Epidemic

    Come together to honor all of the lives lost to the heroin epidemic. 66,000 Americans overdosed and died from opioid overdoses in 2017. Last year, addiction caused more American deaths than the 12-year U.S. War in Vietnam. Many of us also lost our family members to police brutality and street violence. Join us for a vigil to honor their lives. Bring a picture or share a memory of your loved one. You are not alone. Join the People's Congress of Resistance, Redneck Revolt, the PSL and others to mourn together, remember and overcome this epidemic that is tearing our families apart.

  • Saturday, October 07, 2017 at 07:00 PM

    Seattle: The War on Yemen

    Who are the Houthis? What is the reason for the Saudi war on Yemen? How is the US involved?

    Join activists with the People’s Congress of Resistance for a
    presentation and discussion. Also: a reportback from the inauguration of the People’s Congress of Resistance in Washington D.C.

  • Friday, October 13, 2017 at 03:00 PM · 15 rsvps

    Davis Queer and Trans Solidarity: Clothing Swap and Slam

    Join the Party for Socialism and Liberation & the People's Congress of Resistance for a clothing swap and art slam to uplift and celebrate queer and transgender voices. 

    Queer and trans youth, particularly those of color, face poverty and homelessness to degrees far greater than the rest of the population. These communities struggle greatly with accessing what many take for granted: clothing that facilitates the expression of their identities. Recognizing this, the Party for Socialism and Liberation will be offering a space to exchange new and lightly worn clothing and accessories, as well as unused toiletries and hygiene products. We will also be hosting an art slam and open mic highlighting the work and voices of queer and trans members of our community in Davis.

    We are looking for donations in the forms of clothing, toiletries, and hygiene products, and also offering a space for community organizations and leaders to share their voices and work, specifically highlighting the experiences of transgender individuals. If you are a part of an organization that would like to table at the event, please contact us.

    The event will be held on the front lawn of a home, and we are working on establishing a wheelchair-friendly terrain. If you have any accessibility questions or concerns, please contact us below.

    If you have any questions, would like to coordinate dropping off donations or participating in the event, or would like to share your work at the event, contact Oliver Harvey at (858) 261-9658/oliver.d.harvey@gmail.com.

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