On November 7, 2017 Marxists in New York City will come together to commemorate a revolutionary centenary. One hundred years to the day since the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, US activists and scholars will assemble to celebrate a socialist revolution which, more than any other, defined the 20th century and still impacts our century, the 21st.
The Bolshevik Revolution stunned a despairing world weary of the mass slaughter in the trenches of the First World War. It sent shock waves through all people’s movements around the world, not least in our country.
Contrary to establishment and corporate media dogma, the historical truth is that the revolution scored immense socialist and democratic achievements: it ended unemployment and built a modern planned economy; it ended women’s bondage; it tackled national inequality of long-oppressed peoples; it beat back imperialist attempts to strangle the revolution; it industrialized a backward economy at breakneck speed; it defeated Nazi invasion; it inspired and aided other revolutionary and anti-imperialist movements.
The event will be held on Tuesday Nov. 7th, from 6 PM to 9 PM at:
The Center for Worker Education
#25 Broadway, Manhattan, 7th-Floor Auditorium
(Three blocks south of Wall Street.
By subway, take N, R or W to Rector Street.
Or take #2, #3, # 4,# 5 to Wall Street)
Speakers include: Anthony Monteiro, Brian Becker, Roger Keeran, Angelo D’Angelo, Sarika Chandra, Anna Rebrii, Larry Holmes, Michela Martinazzi and others.
Besides this web site, Marxism-Leninism Today, other endorsing organizations include: Party of Socialism and Liberation; International Action Center; American Party of Labor ; US Friends of the Soviet People; Party of Communists USA; Harlem Coalition Against War; Workers World Party; United National Antiwar Coalition; Freedom Road Socialist Organization; BAYAN USA
For further information and media inquiries:
Manny Ness 646-427-2686
Email email@example.com, or
Look for the event notice on Facebook, using search term “1917 Centenary Committee.”
The program is organized by the 1917 Centenary Committee under the sponsorship of the Journal of Labor and Society.
Free admission; bring ID; some food and refreshments will be available