Revolution Books Presents"The Ascendancy of Obama and the Continued Need for Resistance andLiberation" A Dialogue between Cornel West and Carl Dix July 14, Tuesday, 7:00 pm Harlem Stage at Aaron Davis Hall 150 Convent Ave at West 135th Street
CORNEL WEST is one of America's most provocative public intellectuals and has been a champion for racial justice since childhood. His writing, speaking, and teaching weave together the traditions of the black BaptistChurch, progressive politics, and jazz. The New York Times has praised his"ferocious moral vision." Dr. West currently teaches at PrincetonUniversity.
CARL DIX is a long-time revolutionary and a founding member of theRevolutionary Communist Party, USA. In 1970 Carl was one of the Fort Lewis6, six GI's who refused orders to go to Vietnam. He served two years inLeavenworth Military Penitentiary for this stand. In the aftermath of the 1985 bombing of the MOVE house inPhiladelphia, Carl initiated the Draw the Line statement, a powerfulcondemnation of the attack. He co-founded the October 22nd Coalition toStop Police Brutality in 1996. Carl coordinated the Katrina hearings ofthe 2006 Bush Crimes Commission. Get your tickets today. Space is limited. Tickets: $20, $10 with student ID Group rates available Premium Tickets: $100 To buy tickets online: http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?organ_val=26765&schedule=list
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Directions to: HARLEM STAGE at AARON DAVIS HALL, 150 Convent Ave. at West135th St. 1 train to 137th Street at Broadway or A, B, C, D to 125th Street at St.Nicholas Proceeds of this event will benefit Revolution Books (NYC) and thePrisoners Revolutionary LiteratureFund(www.prisonersrevolutionaryliteraturefund.org), which provides subsidized subscriptions to Revolution newspaper and otherrevolutionary literature to prisoners. Revolution Books / Libros Revolución 146 W. 26th Street, near 7th Ave., New York City Phone 212-691-3345
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