• Friday, October 21, 2016 at 07:00 PM · 53 rsvps
    Justice Center en el Barrio in New York, NY

    NYC Liberation Forum: 50th Anniversary of the Black Panther Party

    Honoring the 50 Year Anniversary of the Black Panther Party

    50 years ago, the Black Panther Party exploded onto the political scene in the United States, striking fear into the racist ruling class and inspiring a generation of new revolutionaries to "seize the time." In the face of ongoing racism and police terror, it is more important than ever to build an organization that studies and appreciates the heroic legacy of the Panthers. Come hear a presentation on the revolutionary lessons of the Panthers and what we can do to incorporate them into our organizing today.

    Socialist campaign responds to growing U.S. threats on Syria, Russia 

    The U.S propaganda war against Russia is in full swing and Hillary Clinton is proposing a "no-fly zone" in Syria, which would pave the way for neocolonial regime change and potentially lead to direct military conflict with Russia. The stakes could not be higher. Ben Becker, editor of Liberation newspaper and a representative of the Gloria La Riva for President campaign, will present on the ongoing crisis and how important it is to stand against the war plans of the Democrats and Republicans.

  • Friday, October 21, 2016 at 07:00 PM · 13 rsvps

    San Francisco: Trump is Poison, but is Clinton the Antidote?

    Trump is a poisonous racist and violently sexist bigot whose campaign has promoted the rise of white supremacist and fascist movements. But is Clinton the antidote to Trump’s poison? Clinton has supported wars and blockades, slandered young Black people as “super-predators,” and is the candidate of the big Wall Street banks and corporations. What do Clinton’s emails say about what policies she will likely pursue if elected? Where does Russia fit into the picture? If neither Clinton nor Trump offer real hope, what is the alternative?

    Join us for a presentation and discussion on these questions and why we should not vote for the lesser of two evils.

  • Friday, October 28, 2016 at 07:00 PM · 9 rsvps

    Sacramento Study Group: How do we get Socialism?


    7pm, Friday October. 28th
    at the PSL office
    2860 Florin Rd. unit D

    Socialism is an economic system that uses the wealth of society to prioritize and guarantee the basic necessities of all people. Socialism can provide people with free quality education, healthcare and truly affordable housing, regardless of nationality, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation. 

    Only socialism can bring peace, instead of state violence like imperialist war, police brutality and mass incarceration which the people face on a daily basis.

    Join us for a study session to analyse the movement that revolutionary activists are organizing around the country and how they intend to achieve socialism.

    Contact us: (916) 572-9680 [email protected]
    For RT use: bus 54, 81 or Florin Light Rail Station


get updates