Wednesday, July 19, 2017 - 7:00pm

OWN THE CHANGE: Building Economic Democracy One Worker Co-op at a Time

Join us for two short films and a discussion.

Learn about worker coops and listen to an economic update.

Find out how you can get involved in the movement for worker-directed enterprises.

Sunday, July 23, 2017 - 1:00pm

it'll take a colony of bee's (maroons) to decolonize.
armed with music, self defense, knowledge and prefiguration.

a new black arts movement is painting a new aesthetic, one in which we liberate ourselves from our oppressors. we support all indigenous struggles for self-defense and self-determination.
our soul sessions are community spaces where we connect, express, build and create this vision toward prefiguring a new society.

a new black arts movement acknowledges that in order for liberation, true and revolutionary education must be celebrated and accepted. we imagine a world where all children are afforded the quality education of the wealthy...

Monday, July 24, 2017 - 5:00pm

Join other women for a glass of wine or beer and good conversation.

Friday, July 28, 2017 - 7:00pm

IDEA TO IMPACT: a Women’s Brainstore Event

Ladies, let’s change our world together! We’ll take you from idea to impact in 3 days! FRIDAY EVENING AND ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.

Saturday, September 16, 2017 - 2:00pm

150 Years of Das Kapital

It is often said that Capital, Volume I is concerned with the enfoldment of the capital form, with many dialectical twists and turns, but not with revolution. However, such a picture severs Marx the revolutionary from Marx the social theorist. In fact, Capital I can be connected to five different notions of revolution: (1) a working class uprising that rises as a form of revolutionary negation of the centralized productive apparatus of modern industrial capitalism, but posed at a high level of abstraction; (2) four other notions of revolution that connect a class uprising to race, ethnicity,...

Monday, October 2, 2017 - 7:30pm

Seven Week Overview

Few historical events have been as widely misrepresented as the Russian Revolution of November, 1917 (called the "October Revolution", according to the old Russian calendar). Especially since the collapse of the USSR in 1991, defenders of the capitalist order, including respectable academic scholars, have attempted to portray it as a coup d’état by a small minority of revolutionary zealots, bent on imposing an authoritarian regime. These falsehoods have the aim of discrediting not only this revolution and its leaders, but the idea of revolution in general. The Revolutions Study Group—which has recently ...