Matthew Lyons, Sekou Odinga & dequi kioni-sadiki

As Donald Trump moves to an even larger national stage as Republican presumptive nominee, what does his white, male-dominated following represent? Is it an incipient fascist movement - or just a hyper-racist/sexist one? Beyond Trump and 2016, how do we best fight right-wing populist movements, here and abroad? With a sharpened understanding of the current historic context, presenters and participants will discuss how we can bolster the rising resistance movements of Black Lives Matter, immigrants' and Muslim rights, and the calls for a "political revolution."

Speakers include:
* Matthew Lyons - co-author, Right-Wing Populism in America: Too Close for Comfort, and blogger,

* Sekou Odinga - former Black Panther political prisoner  (invited)
* dequi kioni-sadiki - Chair, Malcolm X Commemoration Committee
* Sharmin Sadequee - organizer, No Separate Justice, an education/action organization opposing human rights violations of U.S. Muslims unjustly imprisoned in the “war on terror”
Performance by:
* Nejma Shea - poet, multi-media Hip Hop artist, producer, and sound designer active with the New Black Arts Movement

Resistance in Brooklyn is an anti-imperialist, anti-racist, and anti-patriarchal collective committed to support of U.S. political prisoners.

Some recommended readings written by Matthew Lyons:

    "Trump's impact: a fascist upsurge is just one of the dangers." Three Way Fight, 22 December 2015,
    "Trump: 'anti-political' or right wing?." Three Way Fight, 15 March 2016,

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Saturday, June 25, 2016 - 2:00pm